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byLEEANNMACKULIN -.-■ v .notified officials. ;■ . 

Woodruff 'Woody'KcIiyJr., 41 of Bristol, is .^Herb Pctersoiv of Kenosha Skipper Ser- 
presumed drowned after his boat Tiscator' vice^ contacted the coast guard al 6: 50 p.m. 
was found, by the-U f S; Coast Guard-, on Saturday after receiving Uiiecall. r : ; '; 
Kenosha, on i June -S hear Camp Logan in ^Assisted by the Ziort Police Dept., the 
n I JlUhbis,' two-miles south of -the Illinois- Coast Guard conducted a search for the body 
|-^| I AVis^nsihTborder. Kelly is Ihe owner of until 4 a.m. and again from 6 a.m.-2 p.m; 
Wcwdy Kelly amIAssociaJes in Anlioch; Jun ! 9 :' - ' . Lf 

: Kelly left -Great Lakes Ydcht Sales Jn_^We ve stopped searching pending further 
Kenosha I Harbor, at 2:30 r p:mTJune~8 on a developments," said Howe. 
shakedown cruise headed toward Waukegan, "We may never know what happened.- 1 



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dccwdingloTiioniaJ Howe, officer in charge found out through other people that .he", 5^S!55Jn2ISj!2IIE"l«ii'- fields a ball In the last came of the 1985 
"'•teiU^CoutauardK^n^ofnc^ByS < Kelly, nad experience thr^ t^ 



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season Antioch's ever had,"' said 
Waukegan Regional* and finished - - 
Steve Young. 



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Michael Zeien has been appointed bv the program,; Is^ probably-i'one" of - t he^bes 
Antiotf.^mu^IHIgfc3cWl^-Bo^ 
Education to replace Bette Meyer. Meyer Is i ^.'We'ye always had pretty good success 



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Newt-Reporter Combine: 

This is the first edition of the com- 
bined Anttoch News-Reporter^ An-_ 
ioch^rea^eadeTs~canlook foreST 
panded news coverage in Ihe com- 
bined paper. Publisher. William H. 
Schfoedersaid.- 



rettring from the board after 17 years as she with the way our kids have gone throug h the 

has recently moved oul of TtheTiistrictrThe^^programsrWe followed our kids through the £\ , Subscriptions of the Antioch News 

appointment was made at the May 16 board sports program and have been involved with have. been transferred to the com- 

JjLii,,- the fine arts. We -are pretty involved with '' bined paper, 

z "Combining Antioch's two 

a few newspapers is a progressive step for 



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father of fovir. Bob 20, Christopher 18, ■■ w S! 0U, L kids t, , "^ aidZ ii ei i'.u- V 
t 16 and Elizabeth 14, Zeien is familiar "Vty £*» thinking about this for 



with procedures at ACHSiHe is employed at years and had planned to run in November the-community.-We-hope-Antioch- 

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He feels the "Sports and Fine Arts Dept.'s Zeien, will" run again in November when 
are super programs" and the academic five or six positions are expected to be open. 



new look," said Schroeder. 



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Ghqiriber Uhvei Is Plans 

The . Antioch Chamber of Commerce and Antioch has available. 
Industry has set presentation date of June 26 . Al Diveron,- a promotions expert; rrom. 
to unveil the future revitalizatlbn plans br the Chicago will be_on h and to eiye.his ideas of 
city.i — - ■ — L —-^- -- — ~~~ ~~~'~~~ promoting^Antiochjn conjunction with the 

The presentation will be at Harbor Ridge re X ita ?. rat ! on effort s-." 

C.C. at 7 p.m. and will immediately follow a f. The State: Bank ot Antioch, the First 

full^ursedlnnbr^j^ NationaI\ of Antioch .and^ther'Bank of 

Tiiclael Warren, head of the revitaUzaUon Waukegan (Antioch facility) will give com-- 



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committee; will .present a slide show on. the plementary cocktails to alt in attendance. 
, progress of Lake and Main Streetsjha^pm^ T1ie:public is invited and encouraged io'atr^" 

^pare i and:eontrast _ Ahtloch~to other similar tend. ■'->!■"'"-■ 

communities, r^o *'_•,.,. . _ .. - - r - . 

- Discussions will include whether Antioch Fpr.more information please call Harbor . 

should ! hire : a full-time | reyitalizatioh RidgeCC. Or the Antioch Chamber Office at 

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Foreman 
Announces 

.Lake County- State's At- 
torney Fred L.[ Foreman 'is' 
pleased^ J o_^ announce It hat • 
during- Ihis^-summer— rih 
conjunction yvith the Stale's. 
A 1 1 qrney*s A ppel )a le Service . 
Commission, the" ""following.*' 
people are working as' J in- 
Jems, jjri ,'the, i Lakey "Cduh\yOT 
Slate's Xll6>iiey':sOfJficQ;* $ 1 

Ernest Ling; t^LaKe"§Uiff4t* 
a graduat<$.fj!6fi3 Carteloft 
College wilha B.A. will enler 
his third year ai, Northern 
Illinois " University Law 
School. 

-Michael Schosiok, 
Deerfield. a graduate of 
Miami University in Ohio, is . 
entering his third year at 
Capital University. 

Julie- Cabou, Highland 
Park, a graduate 
Ihern Illinois University 

Chicago, a graduate of 
Weslern Illinois Universily 
with a B.A! and M.A.. is 
entering his third year at 
DePaul Universilv Law 
.School. 

Ronald Kurpicrs. Wild- 
wood, is a _graduate_af 
Marquette Universitywith a 
B.A., and is entering his 
second year at Valparaiso 
University Law School! ■' 

James Schwartzbach of- 
Highland Pack, a graduate 
of University of Iowa with a 
B.A.; is entering his second 
rage; at DePo u I U ni vers i t v_ 



Rummage Sale 

-■lSi ; ; Peter., Churcli pf ' An-- , saleable^ merchandise^piay. ■ 
lioch will hold its .26111 annual ^. ; be;;broQgfit^o, ; t her school t 
rummage sale from "9 a.m. Monday. 'June 10 - : through 
Yunlil 4 p.m. ■ on,- Friday, June- itfh^rsdayy ^JurW.^13. 
,14 and Tromjajalm^iintil A Margaret v MeKinheyi and! 
p.m: on Salurday, June)5,in- r- Mary *" Jo; * Zeien are ' co-~ 
.the school gym. Donations.of -chairladies of this sale.' 

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Contest Finishers 

Nineteen area high .schools compete'd^n the. College of Lake County's fourth an- 
J;" r . nuaI H,gh Schoo , f Accounting. Corifest.The'.toplen finisheers in the first-year level 
•I tvwSh Af* 5 ft?'ivtf^ ,0d ^2 i S row. from. left)-.Cary Berman, Deerfield HigfcpSchool;- 

Mark Z'skind, Deerfield High School; Ben Galler, Deerfield High School, (b$ck row 



Suzanne Gorski, Waucondd High SchooJj GJnd Race, Carmel High School and Edith 
. Mardpnes, Lake Forest High School, 

Graduates \ 

Carrie Ann Okray, of Mun- 
delein, graduated from Iowa, 
State University at Ames, 
Iowa this spring. She 
^received, a -bachelor^ of -aris— i 
degree in journalism and 
mass communications.' 



SPECIALIZING IN CHOICE AGED BEEF 

Homemade 

• Corned Beef -$2*79 £bi 

• Bratwurst $2.29 Ll£ 

• Meaty Baby Back Ribs $3.39 Lb. 

.:\ WeWpfepm four imi 

Open 9 a.m. <6 p.m. ,„»-, iii'i-w.ik" 
.closed Sunday (312) 356 -2720 



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lary' Ann Phillips of 
Liberlyville is a graduate of 
University of Illinois and is 
entering her second year at 
OePaul Universily Law 
School. 



OPTOMETRIST 

Dr. Harold Zagoren 

223 W. Washington St. 
Round Lake, III 



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Glasses Fitted 

Contact lenses, 



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News-Reporter Pet • and 

jfoyjrfe-ParaderhaT^been 
scheduled for July 6 at 
Williams Park in Antioch. 

Late registration will be at 
1CL v aim'." and — early 
registration. - forms are 
available elsewhere' In this 
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ms can be taken or mailed to 
the News-Reporter Office at 
952 Main St. .. 

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three;. ^categories ; ;^for 
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most unusual 
humorous. j k 

.The three catagories* for 
pets are, most unusual, best '. .,. The Antioch Swim team 
groomed and funniest. .» -• . £ ;has started it's summer 

The age groups are' seven I ,, season. Practice began June 



and under and the eight-13 
year olds. : ^' s 
■ The contest will be judged 
by local residents. , . 



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Whitehead, son of Murzy.V. 
and G all R.; Whitehead of 
40532 W. East Drive, Antioch 
has been assigned to S hep- 
pa rd Ait Force Base, Texas 
after -completing' -basic 

training.^' ;; " 

During the six weeks at 
Lackland Air Force Base, 
texas, the airman studied 
the Air Force mission, 
organization*, and customs 
and received special 
training in human relations. 
In addition, . airmen who 
complete basic training earn 



Set Swim Meet - : 

The Antioch Swim team, 
sponsored by the State Bank 
of Antioch, will host their an- 
nual Installation Swim Meet 
for other teams in the North 
Suburban Conference and 
Kenosha County. " 

Competition will begin at 
Antioch_AquaJDenjer_at_ 
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--^egree'TmTbughlhe Com- chamber of Commerce Art 
munity College of the Air p a lr JuJy24. . 
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S with the first meet to be 
held June 18 at the Antioch 
Aqua Center against Plum 
grove Swim Club. ; ' .'; 

..It's not to late to join in on 
the summer - fun. ... We're 

S^fj^SWoiri looking for swimmers ages 
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Recreation: is preparing Jts_L 
ummer baton class begin- " 
ning June 21. The class will ' ! 
be held on Fridays only with 
beginners at 1 - until 1:45 
p.m., -Intermediates, are 
from 2 to 2: 45 p.m. and Ad- - 
vanced are at 3 p.m. The cost 
ts >. $20^ •- roT; v. the Jr slxrweek^ 
session. -This ' Is on ongoi ng 
program that will continue 
In the fall and winter. The 
class .is taught by .Alyce 
Brownlee. For . more.- in- '-.,. 




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the Parks Office at (312) 395- : please call Glenda: at An! 

Uoch Parks & Recreation. 

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CAMP will begin, June 10, at 
8 a.m. at the Scout House in 
W iUlanis Park; The camp Is J 
for children 3 to 12 years of 
'age and they hve a variety * 
of activities ..For ' more'-.uv; 
formation- call Antioch 
Parks & Recreation aflateT 
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unabljao reach each party. 
The T«all begins June IB 
and the* times will cither be 
!.Tr2- i 'or ; -S p.m. If you have 
signed your child with little 
League for J the T-Ball 
program, please call (312) 
395-2160 if you "hive not 
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- The ,13th - Annual Arts, 
Crafts . and Antique . fair,: 
sponsored by the Antioch 
Chamber of Commerce and 
Industry, will present a wide 
variety of exhibitors 'and 
creative wares available for 
purchase by fair attendees. 

This annual Chamber 
event is being held at An- 
tioch Williams Park, Main 
St. from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

July 14. 
DispLa^s_inJhe_aris^and- 

"craTts booths in past years 

included wood carvings, 




■ hand-made dolls, leather- 

- : craft, quilted goods, metal 

craft, hand made clocks, 

~ charcoal : sketches, hand 

made : jewelry a nd 

needlework. 

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ty of grassy area, covered 
pavllllon and picnic tables' 
for food and refreshments 
that will- be served on the 

grounds. ' : 

Pony rides for children 
-willbeavaiiableT ' 

Exhibit spaces are still 
available until July 10. 




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viru? • space may call the 
Chamber office at (312) 39$ 

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^ Women of Uie™ United 
Methodist Church of Antioch 
are busy this week with final 
arrangements for their An- 
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14, with the Bake Sale from 9 

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MONDAY - 6/17 



"MONfHtr. — HU1UU 

community ... nutritionist 
Jan Raiman-of the Lake 
County - H6aftri - Repart-" 
mont. Find out tho 
straight dope on nutri- 
tion . , 7 and hoar from 
_njd t_l_a.n a 1 1 y_'k no.w n 
author, Dr. John 
McOougall on hit now 
bodk "Tho McDougall 
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TUESDAY- 6/18 



"TALKBACK TOPICS", 

A day of open phones, 
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WEDNESDAY -6/19 



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THURSDAY -6/20 



"THE DOLtMA STERS" 

Is the doll you played 
with as a child secretly 
woj3h_ci_fortune2_0rid- 
out as we welcome 
"THE DOLLMASTERS", 
George and Florence 
T heri oult. . The y 
specialize in auctioning 
and appraisal of anti- 
que and rare dolls from 
all over the world! 



FRIDAY -6/21 



Issue: "THE WARREN 
HIGH 'SCHOOL 
REFERENDUM", Join us 
-to— discussHhe;~i5Sues~ 
surrounding the June 
29th vote. Is the 17.6 
million dollar bond is- 
suance — a __must^f or- 
District 1 21 or is it folly? 





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■Two commissioners from' 
west Lake Counlv 
momentarily stalled efforts 
In *= reconsider purchase . or 
Brae Loch , County Club" by 
the Lake County . Forest 
Preserve District. '■',. 
Bnth Jim Fields of Anlioch 
„and Fred Pdpp of Lake Villa 
voted against advancing the 
Brae Loch purchase plan to 
the till forest district board 
at its next meeting Friday. 
- June 21. as a meeting of the 
.land acquisition commit tee. < ■> 
Their' votes were coun- 
tered by. commissioners 
^Eleanor Rostron of Zioh and 
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• In race of, the 2-2 deadlock, 

Ttnslrori said .-.she would 

prepare a minority report on 

t . the Brae Loch purchase' 



completion Nif the original 
land \ acquisition plan 
adapted eight years ago. 

The forest preserve 
dislricl ;has extensive 
holdings in both Anlioch and 
Lake_Villa townships. 
, As _. it ; stands i. now. the 
county will be dealing with a 
Chicago developer; Mel vin 
.King, who purchased the 158 
acre course last month. King 
said he would be receptive In. 
selling Brae Loch to the 
counry; ; ' ; -.'•.', — ; ' 

■ Asked if a compromise 
could be worked out .by" 
having the forest preserve 
districtacqulreTJiily the golf 
layout of approximately 100 
acres. Miller replied " that 
such a turn would be "one or 
the opt ions open to us." 



. udl enable the full com- misstoner Robert 
mission to act on Brae Loch 



if the report receives (he 
support of a simple majority 
or 13 votes. ^ ;',.-'•■■ 

Glenn Miller -of Long 
Grove, land acquisition 
committee chairman, did 
not attend 



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Hi k Iron's action will ef- 
fectively keep the Brae Loch 
. plan aliye, — Meanwhile: 
purchase of Midlane Count rv 
Club jn Wadsworth still is 
under consideration. ., 

Fields served as chairman 
of the committee session in 
Die absence. of Miller. -The 
committee presently, is one 
■ member:' short' with' the 
— resignation: -of -Priscilla: 
Richardson of Gurnce. ' 

Commissioner Norman 

Geary, a prime mover- for 

- - Brae""Cbch^^lledr J.heitno'r 

votes by Fields and Poppa 

continuation of antagonism 



ConiT 
(Bob)- 
Depke of .Warren Township 
repeated his position I l»at the 
forest preserve district . 
"should, stay out of private 
business like running golf 
courses." Depke lias .been - 
seen Tor-some time us. a kev ■ 
ihCj-Jjinc—,?— votronBrae"Loch, which is 
located immediately ad- 
jacent to the. Gages .Lake- 
:Wildwiiod area represented 
by Depke. 

Meanwhil •. there is 
.growing support among 
'.commissioners./- ; Tor 
; acquisition rl Midlane. '""..■ 







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The Chain O* Lakes Ker* 
hward. him and ^dtsregard^^ aub M Brecd p^ Show 



' Tor I he public good. 

As an observer at the 
meeting. Geary suggested 
that Popp be removed from 
the ' comrhiltec for 
"irresponsibility." 

From the start. Geary has 
. jewed the' purchase of Brae 
LncfLJis^an-Opport unity- for 



wil) be held at 8 a.m. June 16 
at the Lake County Fair 
Grounds. 

The mid summer event 
boasts the largest entry in 



rrom incsian. ueary nas *~~~*- ~~ ^IT_._- :„-_ 
viewed the purchase of Brae Ihe state, averaging over 
Loch as a£^tim!y-for-^4«LJ^^^ 



his home township. Avon and fcrent Dreeos. 



the highly populated Round 
Lakc^Grayslakc area, to 
"catch up"-with Ihe rest of 
Lake County because Avon 
does not haw any forest- 
preserve, land 'plus Ihe 




Competition is open to all 
A.K.C. registered dogs and 
pre-entries close .ap- 
proximately three weeks 
prior lathe show. Further in- 
formation is a va i lable form 
publicity "co-chairman 
Valeric Jackael at (312) 395- 
0150. 



YOU ABC. HEIIEBY _ 
noiiWihof - ihvr Villba" — 
Board ol.ttwVUIogs ol 
Gurfw* wUl hold o public 

hiring on lh« rxopowxt 

-AnnuoT-Aoj^oprlatlbn Or-. 

dinanca lor in* Ricol,Y*Of 

May 1. 1985 through April 
30. 1986 ol lh* OotnH 
Municipal Building. 4573 
Crond Avwmw. Com**. 
Illinois 6003! on Jon* 24, 
_l985ot 7:30P.M. r— -— ■— 
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lhat copic* of ihe i 
Annual Appropriation Or- 
dinance Will bo occeuible 
lor . •■omioalkm ot tba 
Gurnee Municipal 
Building, 4573 Grand 
Avenue. 'Gurnee. Illinois 

60031. 
Subsequent to the public. 

hearing and before Kool 
action is token on the Ap- 
propriation Ordinance, the 
corporate authorities may 

•revise, otter, increase or 
decrease the Hems, con- 
tained (herein. ' - r, *%* ,* :, 
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Tour Times: 10:00 a.m.- 12:00 §M -2:00 p.m. 
(closed Mon.&Tues.) 

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ried couples who ore over 23 years of age; credit worthy, minimum annual combined income of $20,000 . 
A brief, courteous four of ihe resort must be completed and .if married both husband and wife must.be 
present. Families who have previously visited us. present owners at Cutty's, students, employees and 
relatives' of anyone connected with this program are ineligible. Only one gift per family or vehicle will 
be awarded. This - is a bonus program for visitors and not a contest. This program may not be used in con- 
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of the world. 

Q. 1 am 75 years old. Your article on 
owning a home but living elsewhere to gain 
lax advantages madc^enso. I hlso want to 

* live in smaller, rented quarters. Where can I - 
gel forms for renting and accounting 
procedures? M. Downs, Appleton, Wis. 

A. Perhaps you shouldn't renl out your 
home and Jive elsewhere.. "The main ad- 
vantage would be in gaining depreciation on 

• the real estate. At age 75 most people are 




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has been a lecturer and consultant to ma- 
jor ' financial institutions .government 
analysts, real estate developers and daily 
newspapers throughout the nation for_lhe_ 
past 16 years. Readers are invited to sub- 
mit comments and questions for possible 
use as subjects for future columns. Write 
Gary S. Meyers. &. Associates, 2200 S 
Main St.. Suite 106. Lombard.lll. 60148. 



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retired and may not have income -levels 
where lax sheltering is critical," said Dave 
Phillips, lax expert wilh Laventhol & Hor- 
walh.a national CPAfirrn. 

Before, you go ahead, speak with ancx- 
periciiced accountanlv-You-do-nnt^ttantrlo 



add oil additional cost expenses if you do not 
.have to. ^ ; * 

At age 75 you also probably have a great 
deal of equity in your home because you have 
had time to substantially pay off the mor? 
tgage. The proceeds from selling your, house / 
and reinvesting the cash may well be greater 
than the cash return on renting your Home, 
with <ir without lax consequences. ~ 

Bui if renting your house can give you the 
profits you want, go ahead. The lease forms 
are available at any real estate broker's 
office and at most stationery stores selling 
office supplies and business forms.; % As for 
depreciation, see your accountant or get IRS- 
form No. 1040, schedule E. 

Q. I want to go to college. Where can Igel 
information ion student loans? N. Alters, 

Chesterton, Ind. 

A. The College Costs Book is put out by the 
College Board, a non-profit organization; for 
$l(k95, and.is available at local bookstores; 
The nook can also be ordered direct from the 
Collcge^BeanFal Box 886, New York, N.Y. 



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--Q.-What are the risks of opening a savings' 
certificate by mail in a distant bank or 
savings institution, assuming that they are 

. inswed?W^Hirsh, Appleton; Wis7 

A. "As long as the institution is federally 
insured and your account is $100,000 or less, 
there are no risks, at all," said Edmund 
S hanahan, president of lBellFederaLSavings — 
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medical expenses and lost earnings over $200 up to 
$15,000. Nothing is paid for property damage. 



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Yes, Illinois law makes parents and legal guardians 
responsible for actual damages up to $1 ,000 caused by 
minors (12 through 18 years of age)- by willful or 
malicious acts. ' 



When a kaibmd or wife dies, may' the survivor 

accounts? 



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Gurnee,Americaii' Business 
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?i&$ Hickcy is one"of the 

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-served j n ; the Loffici*:- bf 
president two times before. 

. -.- Hiekey is employed at OuU 
boardMartne Corp. and ser- 
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lor of service. She ha^three 
children >nd two grand- 




children; 

Hilton, vice president; ftila 

Wachowiak,- recording 

■ secretary; Joanne Genty 

■ corresponding secretary and* 
J**™ 1 Cable, treasurer.- 

.ABWA is a. nationaJ 
education* association with 
more than 10.000 members 
Last year, the- Lit tie -Fort 
Chapter awarded more fhan 
'2,100 in local scholarships. 



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£*S5 V r ^ ,, ! n e-' i 'Pe soflball players; arc preparing 
l"o playing fields-on ^hrce acrca nexi^io the^af^The 

- Icagucand tournament games. - ^ 

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__.... ball experience AIso ; both men work at Anchor Glass tn 

Gurnee, and say they'll be Irving their beer in bollles-no 

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"Lake, announced that iihas negotiated an option to purchase 
.an eight-acre site In Wheeling for^^ millionsenior citizen 

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Thisarea has. been designated for. senior citizen uses in' I he 
comprehensive plan of t he Village of Wheeling. 
Adjacent 10 the LeisurcCare site is an ambulatory care 
• center and a large assisted senior citizen housing project. 

An open house has-been scheduled to celebrate a second . 
" L^ke n u miy "^ ^ ewjjr 

office is located at 1002 N. Milwaukee Ave. in Liberlyvillo. 
the public is invited to stop fin for refreshments from 2 to 9 
p.m. on Friday. June 28. "-:.■-. 



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*,■■ Women -'today, face .' a; 
myriad of concerns regar- 
ding their health. ; What 
methods of birth control are 
safest and most effective? Is 
39 too late to think about a 
first baby? Can I do anything 
to prevent;, osteoporosis? 
How can I deal, with 
menopause? ..- 

These and other questions 
will be addressed at "Issues 
in Womens Health Care," 
8:30 to 11 p.m. Saturday, 
June 15, at Good Shepherd 

I Hospital. Presenters will be 



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; OB/Gyn specialists Richard 
! Smith, MJ>. ; George^Pep-, 
per, BLDJ;- Randy Zha- 
merman, MJD. and -Tom 
■. MeyeTi'M.D.'i7ii!_>ir- „■ 
.Everyone is welcome, par- 1 
ticipants will be able to at- 
tend one of two concurrent 
sessions. Depending on. 
areas of; talerest _ A -|5 
registration fee' includes 
breakfast. 

Reservations are, 
required. Please call (312) 
381-9353 no later than June 
13. > 



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Day Camp - ~ 

LlDcrtyyUIe; Parks and 
Recreation Department 
summer day. camp session I 
will begin the week of. June 
17. for children entering the 
grades 1-7. There isstill time 

-to- r^ler^htf lols-of- new- 
and exciting activities have 

. been added. The fee is$50 for 
residents and |70 for non- 
residents. . Register at 
Liberty vitlc Parks and 
Recreation Department, 870 , 
Country Club Drive 
Libertyville. 



/y Funeral 



Relatives' of the Boni family carry one of the five caskets out of Santa Maria del 
Popolo Church. Mundelein, where a funeral was held June 5 for the five family 
members killed in a head-on car crash June 2. The troqedy not only touched family- 
/members, but other strangers as well, as approximately 200 people attended. 
According to the Lake Counly Circuit Clerk's office, a James T. Ultsch, with an 
Antioch address, plead_guilty to driving undeMhejnfluenceJojirLacrest,made_on, 
April 21, 1984. He was sentenced to driving school and supervision with a status 
check hearing o n June 14. —Photo by Donna Duncan. ■ 



For children -with developmental delays 

___!_:_. and learning disabilities., 

V J!JffE*4THRUAUG.4 

PHYSICAL THERAPY & REIIABIUTATIO]? CE5TER 

1 35 N. Greenleaf, Suite 1 20, Gurnee, III. 60031 
An outpatient clinic providing^erapy services for 
children and adults with neurological or 
musculosl 



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Watchdog Group 




4th Disl. Taxpayers AksC 
a watchdog organization ser- 
ving Antioch. Lake Villa. 
Grant and Avon townships is 
pushing a membership drive 
lo raise funds. 

The association sent a let- 
ter to every household in the 
fourth township district 
requeslinfWt, *5 membership 
fee * 

Ursula Eic-hhorn, 
treasurer, said the group's 
biggest expense is postage 
and mailing. The association 
can be contacted at P.O. Box 
261. Fox I Jke, 111. 6002U 

Kichhorn catted attention 
to some ol the association's 
accomplishments, including 



tax. reductions in Grant and 
Lake Villa "townships. Lake 
Counly # and I he Village of 
Fox Lake through lax ceiling 
refcrendums. 

She also pointed nut that 
recent revelations oT 
wrongdoing in Fox Lake sup- 
ported the association's ef- 
forts lo have former Mayor 
Richard Hamni removed 
i mm office thai were 
stonewalled in the courts. 

The association also was 
instrumental in supporting 
Eichhorn's elections at the 
Congressional District 
representative" lo the 
Citizens Utility Board 
(CUB). 



Park District Set 
Swim-A-Cross- 



Ti-ii l^ike ('ouiiH ■ park 
districts have agrettl to bi'lp 
iIm- American Hc<i f'rww this 
■>uimiicr b\ spoiiMiriiig 
Svmjii A-<"nrss. an annual 
(Dud raising evml fur lite 
l«ike( "«*jnty Bed Croxv 

TIh' participating [tirk 
disfrit-js are current fy 
reeruilnig switrmrers ol ail 
ag«> and abilities to mmiii in 
their events, which are 
scheduled al l^ike Couuty 
pools_ and . .beaches 
tbrrjugtioul July. 

Swim-A-Cross swimmers' 
obtain pledges from friends, 
relatives, and local 
— iHJsinesM's — Who— offer— lo- 
sponsor I he swimmers for a 
specified amount of money 
for every lenglh they swim. 
After I he event, the sxvim- 
_mers_ibeii_colIc'et_ihc!-funds- 
frniii their sponsors and 
Jnnaje ihe funds lo Hit* Bed 
i^'ls. - 

resides- supporting Ihe- 
, Bed Cross, the swimmers 
will l>e awarded pr/izx-s batf&J 



on thcaiiiouiil of money lhe> 
■ nils** 

This summer's Swnn-A- 
t'rosSes will l>e held at park 
'district ponls and licuclies in 
Aiitiocli. Dcerfield, tiurnee. 
HiglmtHid- Lake Blufl. 
Librrlyville. Mundelein. 
Vernon Hills. Waukegjuiind 

ZltHl. 

Anyone interested . in ■ 
panieipaling in a Swim A 
Cross should pick up (Ik- 

^lecew^'jmaliTials alhis_tir _ 
tit-r - local park district 
swimming facility. For more , 
iiitffriiiattnn on exact rialey 
and local ions, call your parx 

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sophomorer 



Academy 

Thomas 



Erickson, Lindenhursl, son 
of Richard ~ and - Gail 
Erickson, was one of 25 
students honored during (he 
awards portion of the annual 
Move-Up Day ceremonies. 



Offers Stress Course— __ : l_ 

"Stress Management," a seven-week course- will teach 
children how to cope' effectively with daily stresses, as well 
as life-change stress (divorce, change of living environment, 
Joss of parent etc.) will be offered at the Lake County Health 
Department, Mental Health Division office, in Libertyville. A 
starting date and a schedule will be based on the needs of 
participants. l For further information or to register a child, 
call Elizabeth Whitman at (312) 367-l020or (312) 54&-008G. V 




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by GLORIA DAVIS ' 

L ake Co unty's most ardent 
antique and ;,ciassfr. " car 
collector and enthusiast, 
Don Hereon will be com- 
peting again this year in the 
Great American Race, . 
trying for. his share in the 
$250,000 pot at the end of the 
3,000 mile racing rainbow. 

First prfee- is $100,000, 
second $35,000 . and third, 
$20,000. , 

This year the race, spon- 
sored by 117,000 In- 
terstate Battery dealers, 
starts in Los Angeles on June 
24 and ends with a bang in 
New York City on July 4, big 
-Independence Day Parade 
and all. 

Herson, his wife Sally and 
son, Brian will be driving ""'. 
two of the many antique cars 

owned by Hereon, an 1924 



Seagrave Fire Engine and a 
1934 fire chief's car. 

The aura of the annual 
race is a patriQu'c one plan- 
ned to fete America's bir- 
, thday.in what the sponsor's 
call i"A reflection_of the 
values that make this coun- 
try great." 

'_ Hereon, owner of Vogue 
Printers, North Chicago, 
reports that-the racejtaiK 
tique and classic cars only) 
is not a speed. race, in- fact 
the three oldest cars that 
simply finish the 
racefobeying all- the 
rules)win $25,000, $10,000 
and $5,000 apiece. 

Businesses that sponsor a' 
car pay an entrance fee 
of $6,000 and fndividauls pay 
one of $5,000. The field is 
limited to 110 entrants., 



fourth of the entrants are out 
for a flat win and the other 75 
; percent just hope to finish 
. while enjoying the whole ex- 
cursion. " ' 

Vehicles are classed in age 
categories and hot allowed to 
exceed 50 mph at anytime 
while traveling. the course, 
one of the many, rules in- 
cluded in the 32-page rule 
book. v - 

Last year Hereon drove a 
1921 Rolls Royce limousine. 
Since he bought his first 
collector's car, a Model T- 
Ford, he has acquired quite 
of collection of vintage cars 
that includes a 1907 Stanley 
Steamer, , a 1909 Lambert, a 
1916 Chevrolet touring car, a 
1921 .'Melbourne, a 1930 
Chrysler, a 1949 American 
LaFrance, a 1955 Thun-' 




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has. been booked for more 
than h alf ■ ofL-thg ^nms 
Wisconsin State Fair, 
August Ml. The lineup 
features ..Willie Nelson, 



Alabama,: Tom Jones and 

Night Ranger.. ;;. . 

^Chv Friday and Saturday, 

Aug. 3 and 3, Alabama will 
. bring its award-winning 
^country, and pop en- 





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BRUNCH EVES! 



A Gastronomical 

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A Full Spectrum 
Of Delicacies 



Appetizers To Desserts 

$4 Q95 Ptr $K95 For Child™ 

\ fm Penwn W 12tU(tdir 

Served 
From 10:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. 

For Reservations Phone (312) 336-6300 

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■ ^^i^forJUie fourth lyear^l 
■Tickel prices arc $9, 8 and 7. 
Both Alabama concerts at 
the 1984 Fair were sellouts. 
. Night Jtangcr, known for 
the rock hit' "Sister 
Christian" and frequent 
appcarances_ on MTV," will 
perform one . show on Sun- 
:day, "Aug." 4. Ticket prices 
: are* 11 and 10, 
• ',".' The dynamic Tom Jones 
will b delight falrgocrs ; dh 
Mbnday^^ug.-S^His^hits 
include VDcNIah?.'- "ll's,Not 
Unusual,", and 'The Green, 
-'Grecri Grass or Home." 
Ticket s w i II t>e SD. 8 a nd 7. 
- Atmosl*a* StaleilpaJr-in-_ 
stitulton, Willie Nelson and : 
_Family. will rctiirnfor thcir- 
scvcnlh year. Nelson will 
perform on Wednesday and 
Thursday.' Aug. 7 and 8, with 
tickets at $9, 8 and 7. 

All concerts start at 7 p.m. 

.Reserved seal tickets go on 

sale ' Tuesday. May 28 at 

Ticket ron locations 

'nationwide, at the State Fair 

H* »x— nf f ict^— orf-as^cha rge" 

orders by calling Telelron at 

1800) 382-8080 or the. Slate 

Fair box office at (414)257- 

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Summer will arrive early 
at the David Adler Cultural 
Center when Samhradh 
Music, v.., featuring - Michael 
Donajghy, Michael Kirk- 
patrick andiMary Mc- 
Fadden, returns for two 
shows, at 7:30 and 9:30 p.m. 
on Saturday, June 151 



Video Acting 

Registration is now being accepted for summer evening 
classes at Greasepaint & Spotlights. This summer a new 
class in video acting, as well as our regular classes in acting, 
dance, and voice are being off eredl Classes begin the week of 
June 24 and run through Aug. 2. For a complete listing of 
classes,' dales and limes, call Greasepaint (fa Spotlights at 
(312)680-8686. 



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traditional Irish music with 
tin whistle, guitar, flute, 
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... Opening both shows will be ' 
\a:} trio of i folk musicians, . 
Steve Budde, Jim DeWan 
:«Bd^Clilt4"LwMUf.^WIIh- 
. guitar, fiddle, banjo -"and 
mandolin, they specialize In 
old-time and fiddle tunes add 
in tightly woven three-part 
singing of traditional and 
gospel songs. 

They've played at Two- 
Way Street. and The Old 
Quarter and thij will be the 
trio's concert debut at Adler. _ 



Restaurant Dining Room now 
open Wednesday thru Saturday 
Night 5 to 10 p.m. Sunday Dinner, 






Sundays lor. Brunch 



CHAPEL HILL 
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adults, $4 for members, $2 
for senior citizens and 
children six to 12 and free for 

children under six. 



2500 N. CHAPEL HILL RD. 
McHENRY, ILLINOIS 

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. . DINNER FROM 500 PM 



10-6 p.m.- 
11-tl p.m.?? 

l4-ttp.m. . 
17 p.m. 
.1-5 p.m. 



Sidewalk Sales, ArtH tk CrulLH Fulr 

I Jeer & lirul (iurtlch ^j 

Live Music (SUiKc) . 

**Tustc of GniysloJce" 

Miss Grayslakc Pageant (Joel Mui 

WXLC LivcBrondcast 



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lf>6 phnT - Sidewalk Sale, Arts & Crafts Fair 
- ll-H^^ir^?^^Becr&-BraTGiErdM-^~^[^ 
l^p^nir" - " Village Open Houses 
2:30-6 p.m. Live Music (Stage) ' 

8-1 1 p.m. , . Live Music (Stage) ■ • 
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June 9, the morning of the 
sche^uledValtacks;:fdawri(ki 
warm and sunny; A hush lay 
.". over the 15-acre: battlefield 
near Richmond. 
'■.;. Close scrutiny of an aerial 
picture of the: scene; might : 
have? reyealed . camQuflage-- 
clad figures darling through 
the wooded . area; r some 
, heading ■ in X one ', direction; 
'others in! anVjher, but all 
_ii headed . toward two flags' 
planted in the open at either 
end nr thorough terrain. ( 

Bill Shr.oeder, Jr., 
Ingelside, was hiding behind^ 
a ' tree ,'in the wooded area' 
that skirted Jhe open field in 
which stood the coveted flag 
belonging to the Red Team. 

Suddenly he and the other 
lour nu'inbers <i| t|ie Green 
Army stormed the area to 
the surprise of its defenders, r 
Schroeder- reached the 
Hag, ripped il from its 
position and began running- 
towards the haven of the 
trees, Victory seemed lo.be 
wiihin his grasp when a 
bullet tore through the woods- • 
and li j i him in the leg. 

In a dying motion, the 
brave lad went ■dow n__a 
. "yellww paint, streamed down 
his leg. 
• This connicl obviously was . 
not 1|ic Civil War strategy of! 
Gens. Grant or Lee as it was 
100 years ago. but it will top 
the list of many more local, 
battles to come* as the Sur- 
vival Game is introduced to: 
the area. '•? 

The Survival Game is ac- 
tually a field sport in the 
same vein as hockey, foot- 
ball or soccer. Il has a 
military theme with learn 
members carrying Splat- 
master guns, -wearing 
camouflage umlonns. and 
goggles. 

The game must he played 
on wooded accrage by two 
teams. -Each learn can have 
up to 20 members. The ol>- 
ject of the game is for I he 
Green Team to capture Ihe 
flag of the Red -Teamtor 
vice-versa land . return . it to 
the Green Team's camptor 

^vi ce-versal^ — " 

The bearer of the flag has 
Io reach his-* home base 
without being "killed." A 
learn member is "killed" 
and out of play when he is hit 
by a paint pellet fired from 
the ^Splalmasler-gun-of^a- 
member of the opposite 
team. 

If neither team is suc- 
cessful in returning^ flag to 
their home base, the scrim- 

~mage_is-.won-bythe-teanv- 
Ihal has the most members 
still alive at the end of the 40 
minutes allotted for each 
conflict; Each "battle" is 
made-up of four, 40-minute 
scrimm ag es with rest 
periods between each skir- 
mish. 

This is 
distributed 
game. 



rf Players that are! hit' ■ witif a 
gelatin " capsule containing 

; q /rion-loxic; - water-'spluable 
yellow paiilt. are. also out of 

: the game. They, niiist pu"V 

. I heir, hands on their -heads 

and leave the field.. , . '.,;' 

_ J^l!lC§i.exciling, takes a." lot! 
of stamina, sometime a lit lie 
scarey , a real blast, a bunch 
of adults playing army" said 

• . Schroeder . as he announced 
thai he and his two buddies 

kj|ai had taken pari in (he in- 
tiaT Tracas, are :go|ng , to 
become season members.; * 

Season membership is $25 
and each three-hour battle 



"$15"The;open.feeTfor each 
bailie is $22.50! Players must 
be; 18 years or older. The 

:spial.gun,!20'peilets, goggles 
and armed bands come with 
theintialfce. • 

.The next \ area conflict is 
^scheduled on the. same ba|- 
nfefieldon Sunday,' June 16. 
Anyone interested' in! par-; 
licipaling MUST call Clark 
at (3I2)587-PLAY. " ■ • . 

Spectators are nbl allowed ; 
fpr ; . insurance purposes.! 
Although Clark, carries in- 
surance, each player wi 1 1 be 
asked lo sign a waiver. 






ers Meet ^ : S^^yS^-l?^^SI^S|^^4^ : "' 

At the June meeting or the l^k^^ 
the subjects will be swarnis and. swarm^M^ 

fair exhibits and activities arid hector arid pollen source: The- Ucjpated ta the Adult United 
meeting wiirbejield -at 7:30 p;m^ on Friday, June 14. The 'States. Space Camp, at! the 
location is the Agriculture Extension Of ficey 33020 N. Hwy. 45 Alabama Space and Rocket 
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We offer the best In northwoods family -" 
resort vacations In the heart of the lakes 
region. Modern Immaculate cottages all 
with lahe view, spaced for privacy and------ 

nestled! among tall pine, oak, maple and ! 
^IrchJPersonal, friendly servtce.._-_^^£_ 



• BOATS & MOTORS FOR FISHING •CANOEING ' 

• SWIMMING • SUNNING • WATER SKIIn£*BANDY BEA(*H 

• Sr^ E c R c^2k F CURSES WITHIN MWUTK ^ENNK 

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• COLORFUL & SPACIOUS DINING ROOM SERVING 3 
DELICIOUS FAMILY STYLE MEALS DAILY^' 

Reservations & Complete Inf.l _ jjL 
Phone 715/362-4818 






Owned and Operated by 
Lucille and Clyde Miller 
With Jay andfoni Miller 

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MOBIL GUIDE 



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Wllhth* purchew of any Steak or Prim* Rib antrM. Cr*at» your own "' 
fTwothwq tfjng Surf I Turf ot on oHordoblo prkt. Thur»„ frl. and Sot. 



Make Reservations ($12) 662-2110 

2205 N. Lewis; Waukegan 



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Steaks • Seafood 

— Dinners From $9.95 



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handled by area, 
dealers.; Bill Clark of Fox 
Lake, is „lho dealer for Lake 
~andMcHcnry_ counties. 
. The dealer procures the 
playing area, distributes ihe 
splat Runs, koftglcs land leaml 




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Family Est(at6rion DAILY 
201 Center St. GroyslakeJL 

BREAKFAS LUNCH • 0INNEE & COCKTAILS 



LUNCH SPECIALS 



FASTLUNCH 



SoupSSondwich '■■" ; 1 • Mori. IhruFri. 11-3 p.m. , 1 *Z}Z* 9tt ' m * r 

of the day , Different Special Every Doy! ■>■ ™T * wp $a •• 



Lkht House tlvoEnt^Iiiiiwnt 




On 173. 3% Miles West of 59 
(312)395-4616 



Every Sunday 

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arm bands Io the p|ay.crs and] 
— sees^ hat-Hher e-a re — thrcef -l 
rcrerecs on the^ FicI'd, one al 
each camp ahrj. one field: 
referee.! „ 

~ Players .may wear-.lheir.; 
.. '.own - optiimal. mijilary garb.-f, 
_lrenLor-huy-sumafronuCIarkii| 

- Cleat! "goggles arc a must. 
:. ': a player will be c'jccrecl from ; 
Ihe : field wiihoul :lhcm.^ I 



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Closed Monday 

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Including Childrens Dinners 




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.lobster Te» $8.95 • Shrimp Em* WS 
Sptctai Prim. Bib $7:95 , M kg flR., 



FATHER'S DAY from Noon 

SDeciah Include Prime Rib • Filet • Crob Legs 

Walleye Pike • New York Strip Steak 

Any 7.95 Includes 25 item Gourmel Salod Gi 



FRIDAY HlQHTt SEAFOOD g RIB BUFFE T 'S.Os" 
iSP^fSSI^^^ THRU FRI 



Watercolors 

The Lake County Museum" Assn. is hosting a two-day 
walercolor. workshop taught by Lake Bluff watercolorist Jan 
Hull.; Jhe. workshop. will take place at the^Lake Cunty 
Museum on Thursday, June 13 and Friday, June 14 from- 9' 
a.m.-2 p.m.- each day. The fee for the workshop is $30. Those 
interested should call the museum at (312) * 526-7878 on 
Monday through Friday, 8:30a.m. through 4rS0p;m; , ---- -~ 
Arlington Trip 

_ The Antioch Area Seniors will take a trip to Arlington Park 
Race Track on Wednesday, June 19 IncuVded k Jr«n 

■3SKS'r, a de, ^ m 4coach, SiSK-isSS 

Cosrr^ Ali a ,?n r?gram a "- d a FutUrity Room lu S^ 
.«S£Sb, ^ are ; ,nvited - For information call 

Alpfner's Square Dancers 



Lako County Singles 

PLITT THEATRES^ INC. 

|5r//T Late COtf/ii/wm Movfe Entertainment 



Hawthorn 1-4 "V^a"",^''- 



Always 4 Hot Items. With Salad Bar ' 

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Combined Singles 

All singles are invited to a Combined Singles Club dance 
with tbe aye mus.p of Total-Eclipse, at-S^O p.m., on Satur- 
day, June22, at the Hyatt Regency O'Hare, River Rd. and the 
Kennedy Expressway. The dance is cosponsored by the Nor- 
Uwest Smgles-Assri.,' Singles & Co., and Young Suburban 
Singles. For more info call (312)769-2800. au «"™an 




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Fri., Mon.-Thurs. 
' 7:15-9:45 
- No Bargain Prices 
Sat. 2:15-4:45-9:45 
-Sun: 2:15-4:45-7:15-9:45 
SAT. SNEAK PREVIEW 
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5:30-7:30-9:30 

Sat.-Sun. 1:30-3:30-5:30 

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Railway Depot with caboose seating. Band shell gazebo with dance 
Jloorjleijtoc^ JhO-1 938-Mock Fire -TruckrSt ate of the art video sound 
system (Huge 1 2'x9' Screen) and more to come! All Cobs Games on 
Giant Video. Happy Hour until 6 Nightly. :.' . I 

Summer Volleyball Leagues --" • 

Sign Up Now. 

RI.83- V* Mile North of State Line Opti Nightly Until 2 AM. (414) 862^99s| 



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^LEN FLORA & NORTH AVE, • WAUKEGAN, ILL; 




FREE ADMISSION — Family Fun! 

Friday, Jane 81 ...... . ...... ..... . . . 8tO0.to 10 p.m. 

Saturday* J one SSnd . . ............ . flfoon to 10 p.m. 

Sunday* Jane I8rd i-.'.i^TT>T-r . . ... . -*=-.- vBTooii. to 10 p,m. 

TJNDBKTim BIGTBN7 ' — RAIN OR SHINB 

op*T G^E^FOOB GASLES ; 
Pastries—— TrlVBRNA- 

Baklava 
Diples 
Loukomades 
Gyros 




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There's, still time to join 
The Liberty Singers. There 
is a special need to tenor and 
bass • voices " as well as' 
f ^-sopranor" and ^allos. :" ^The" 
■chorus - will perform as. a 
continuation of the Village of 
Liberty vi lie's ;. summer 
music in the: park free 
concerts, i 

The - Village of Uber- 
tyville, and. the retail 
committee, and Greaspaint 
and Spotlights are the 
sponsors of this endeavor. 
The group meets .twice 
|— weekiy_ahrough_June_jni 
July. The concerts are given 
the first four Fridays in 
August, at 7:30 p.m., in Cook 
Park. 

For more information on 
joining this group, please 
| call (312) 680-8686 



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FRIDAY C. Thomot Hovrall 

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Greek Orthodox Church 

Glen Flora and North Ave., Wau.kegari , . 



iRursday. June 13, 1985 



The Lake County Museum 
-Assnris-hostingra~tW6" ; da5r - 
watercolor workshop taught 
by Lake Bluff watercolorist 
Jan Hull. The workshop will 
take place at the Lake 
County Museum on Thur- 
sday, June 13. and Friday, 
June. 14, from 9 a.m.-2:30 
p.m. each day. 

The fee for the workshop is 
$30. : Participants must 
provide their 'own T paints, 
paper and other s u ppli es. 

The workshop will consist 
— of— demons tra lions— by —the— 
artist,' Jan Hull and followed 
by painting sessions utilizing 
the techniques taught by 
Mrs. Hull. ; > 

-- Those interested should 
call the museum at (312) 526- 
7878— on —Monday — through 
Friday from 8: 30 a.m . -4: 30 
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* Venila? McConnel i picked" 
-up-hur- fourth endorsement '■. 
from a county board 
member in her quest for the 
Republican nomination for 
Lake County clerk in next 
spring's primary. 

McConnel,. who is the 
Wauconda village clerk, 
gained the support of Dist. 6 
Hep. Pal Wilson of Mun- 
delein. Mr. . Wilson, joins 
former County Board 
Chairman Glenn E. Miller, 
Forest Preserve ■'• President 
Donald Stronger and Dist. 6 
Uep. Jerry Beyer, in cm 
dorsing MeConnel's cam- 

pni'iUi. 

- Wilson informed Lakeland 
Newspapers that "Venita 
McConnel is one of the rare 
professionals in public life 
who comes, along with 
training, dedication and a 
concern for good govern* 
menl for all the people of 
Lake County." Pat Wilson 



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also maintained that Mc- 

-: Coniiel "was a public person 
of unswerving integrity, 
sincere conservatism, great 
personal courage and a 
lively sense ipt\ persona I 
dignity." ■ .';.'• ■'„■ ,...' 

Wilson lias been a county 
board member from Dist. 6 
for .three years: Dist. 6 in- 
cludes Cuba. Ela, Fremoht 
and Wauconda Tups. He has 
been a resident of Mundclein 
for over 30 J years; "Wilson 
attended the University of 
Illinois and l>ake Forest 
College where he majored in 
business administration. He 
is 'operational manager of 
ITS. Wilson is. a U.S^Army 
veteran and a member drthe 
Mundclein American Legion 
Post 867., Before his election 
lo the counly board; Wilson 
was a Mundclein Village 
, trustee Tor N years. 

Mrs. McConnel is com- 
peting with county board 




member Donna-Mae 'Lit- 



""wilcrTorn.Ihe "Republican 
nominal ion for Lake County 
clerk lo oppose Democratic 
incumbent Linda Hess in the 
Nov. 1986 elect ions. - 
. Hess won the office in 1982 
when >she defealed 
Republican Harry Thomas 
by 353 voles oul or 111,187 
ballots recorded ;in , the 
count y clcrk/s contest. Linda 
Hess is Ihe only Democrat 
occupying a counl'ywide 
ptrsilion. Hess succeeded 
three-term Democratic 
County Clerk Grace Mary ; 
Stern. The Democrats have 
controlled Ihe counly clerk's 
office fort he pasl 15 years. 

Graduate 

Jennifer Bodzioch, 
daughter, of„Mrs. _ Nora- 
Bodzioch, 33592 N. Cherokee 
CL, Wildwood and Robert 
Bodzioch,- 507 Waukegan 
Rd., Waukegan, graduated 
from Carthage College. 



Rinehart 



' Shimer faculty member 
Steven Rinehart lias been 
named as the recipient of a 
•research grant awarded by 
' the National Endowment for 
the Humanities. NEH grants 
■are awarded to a highly 
select group of scholars pur- 
suing original reserach in 
humanities-related fields. 

Prof. Rinehart's research 
project involves a study, and 
comparison of the work of 
two contrasting social 
theorists, Lester Ward, an 
early advocate of the 
welfare state and Charles 
Sumnvr, an advocate of 
social Darwinism. 

Prof. Rinehart will pursue 
his research rhvrf wt ^ the sum- 
mer at the Universi ty of Pen- 
nsylvania where he will also 
participate in a seminar en- 
titled "Literature and 
Society in America, i son- 
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SHOCK! at 8 p.m. June 14 
and 15 in the Mundelein High 
School Auditorium: This 
suspenseful crime drama by 
Brian Clemens will be ah ex- 
citing finale to end the Kirk 
Players* 18th season. " " 
' Cast . in ' the two f ema le 
leads are KathyRuss (Mun- 
delein) as Ann Marsh, the 
lovely and competent flight 
attendant and Paula 
Williams (Wildwood) ii the 

fearfully jealous wife Jenny 
Rayner.^ .-■'. ' --•- 

Maggie Miller (Terry 
Sapp, Ingleside), ; another 
flight attendant, has brought 
friends together to celebrate 
her birthday. ■ Bu|^- 
something goes-wrong; She. 
can't be found ahd_bod]es^ 
begin to appear right, before 
your eyes. 

The male cast is welt 
represented by Floyd Baker 
(Vernon Hills) asCaptain 
Terry Baker and Steve Sapp 
( Ingleside) as Steve Turner, 
who is someone Ann would 



like to know on a permanent 
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pearance, suspicion is cast 
on Jenny's roving husband 
Peter >( Jon Leslie Lynn, 
Libertyville) and an odd sort 
of neighbor, . Andy Lewin 
(Tom Schrimpf, Liber- 
tyville). 

.The play is very realistic 
and although worse things 
are routinely shown on ' 



Political Program 

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of Mundelein will present a 
program on_Political But- 
tons and Other Memorabilia 
for the. June 17 meeting of 
the Historical society of the 
Fort, Hill .Country at the 
Ivanhoe 'Church SocialHall 
at B p.m. A question and an- 
swer period -will follow the 
program. A social hour will 
follow. The Ivanhoe Church 
is just west of the corner on 
Rte. 176; .-',"• 



television, this play may not 
be suitable., for - young 
children. The play Is being 
sponsoredby Austin Drill 
Corps 84. Tickets are 
available at the door: '3 for 
adults, *2 for students and *1 
for senior-citizens. For more 
information call (3127 566- 
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Nicaragua Film 

"Nicaragua: A Report 
From the Front," will be the 
featured film at the public 
meeting or the Lake County 
Peace Alliance at 8 p.m. on 
Monday, June- 17. at the 
Waukegan .Public Library. 
Richard Grossniarf. a recefil 
masiers degree recipient in 
Latin American History 
from I he University (if 
Illinois, will be.lhc speaker 
for the .evening. Grossman 
has. visited Nicaragua three, 
limes since its revolution in 
1979.. Admission is free. For 
further information call 
< 312) 746-5244. 




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. "Good Morning"— Are you ready for 
another one? Okay, Don your walking shoes, 
and let's make the first stop a great one, by 
paying a visit to the brand new Las Vegas 
Restaurant on Main St. This time the Katris 
Brothers have really outdone themselves in 
renovation, with a large addition to the 
original that becomes part and parcel of the 
new. : '"' v: ■;-.;> 

Congratulatory floral arrangements adorn 
^rom well-wishers both in the private and 
business sectors. In the dining room there's 
an aura of grandeur, as hostess Jean Benser 
is seating Ed and Dorothy Gromala of 
Winchell'sDonut House. ^ 

Charming Carol and Jim Corrigan of 
ACHS occupy a booth being catered to by 
waitress DeniseVKowalski; At the cozy 

• counter sits school SupL Donald Ski dm ore. 
Trustee Don Amundsen, and Frost ee Form's 
Ey Oftredahl, being served by popular 
waitress Shirley Vaughn. Judy Lawrence 
tends art collector George Boyd, Chuck. 
Wittmer, and Ken Rosenbrock, who, greatly, 
fears this exquisite transfor matio n is enough 
to bring his hostess-wife Vera right out of 
retirement • _-— - i 

- .On to the Vault, where not too long ago, 
Annie Mae, 'who was to join me for coffee, 
dallied along the. way. Jim and George 
Roupas, your hosts. Pretty waitress Connie 
Dominas serves Harold Mason in a booth. 
Waitres s Maria SJkrypt, absent too long from 
the scene, has her hands full with big Fred 
"Ollie" Beckman. famous moose clown, who 
has just joined Ray Glasshian and top clip- 
artist Don Kerkman of Lakes Area Barber- 
Tobacco S hop at a breakfast table. 

At the counter, Sandy pours coffee for 
talented artist Tom- Hannigan, whose fine 
drawings are fast becoming collector's 
items. 

Jean Rybicki, office manager of Antioch 
Publications, is being served breakfast by 

■ waitress Diana, in a booth. 

Steve Pacinie^ prominent businessman is 
chatting with Marilyn Warden~of Piggly 
Wiggly, and that congenial and expert 
school-bus operator. Shirley Robinson. 



Speaking of Amioch's highly accredited 
rescue; squads, we're honored by the 
presence of three of its talented paramedics 
now being served at a table by Janice Klein, 
■t.Capi. David Heath, popular Bill Georgeson 
and smiling Sid Parker. I should know, as 
I've rode with all three. 

Heading due south on Main St, a sense of 
foreboding overcomes me. All is not well. 1 
get an uncanny chill as 1 continue on my way, 
when all at once v . Straight ahead there's the 
doom ;..'. STRANG'S! I :^:; 

And sure enough! leering out at me from 
behind the dour. drapes are the beady eyes of 
digger Dan Dugenski and solemn Steve 
Smouse. Otherwise known in their trade as 
DDDandSSS. They never say die. Silently, I 
hurried on hoping that LL Tom Fisher or 
patrolman Bob Lang would cruise along. 

The Squire Restaurant, and that is _ 
synonymous with. Hanne Hogan, one of 
Antioch's Worthy waitresses, which also 
attests to the fact that here you'll mostly see 
the same, satisfied, familiar faces. Such as 
two of our town's heavy hitters, the ever 
popular Township Supervisor and Board 
Member Jim Fields, along with John Teresi, 
being carefully served by top waitress — 
Kathy Flam. Nearby dines two very special 
folks from ACHS, Ann and John Kakacek. 

Jim and Sue Glenn at the counter, chatting 
with the Hogans, Chuck and Earl, while 
being attended by Anne McNemey, popular 
waitress. 



The Bee Hive. Chief Honchos are Jim and 
Ben Sabini. Now visualize an. August at- 
mostphere where you might find fine folks 
like Edna and Bill Barr, being catered to In a 
spacious booth by fabulous Penny Soulak. 
You can almost hear the violins. 

Across the room -at a table sits our. 
distinguished looking township assessor, Bud 
Holtz and party giving their, choices to 
pleasant waitress Joanne Stephen. Hank 
Malone and the Blackmans are drinking: 
coffee"at the "counter, - vla _ waltress~pee" 
Jacobson. 

Frank Schultz, perennial . postman, 
delivers the mail. Back in a booth sits Nat' 
and Joan Ducato, two popular people around 



town, as Dorothy and Carol Jurgansen wait 
to be seated. ' , 

When I entered hexeV. I sensed .something.; 
was amiss. Ascertain ^spmeonei who is very ^ 
conspicuous by their .absence the lovely : 
liostessH^nier.AdelineGoodrich. i 

Wanda's Westaurant S'.E, corner of Rles. 
83 and 173. Behind the huge cow. It must be a~ 
comforting feeling to know that^wherever ■ 
you set up shop, you've left a legacy of 
• satisfaction - for your customers. So , be it \ 
That's the trademark of , Wanda and Harold 
Hurst Good Food. They, too, have held their 
following down through the years. You'll still 
find Trustee Ron, Cunningham and Earl 
Yates at their own table. Attractive Jean Zak 
and the ladies of "St. Peters. Parish. Pete 
Pearsc the welder. Bob Mahoney and Big 
Bill Walker, machinist and swell guy.; Ed 
Bauma n and . George Ptack', the latter \x. 
recovering nicelytrom a severe hand injury. 
Best wishes to him. '■ - 

Lakeside Restaurant, 410 Lake St — your 
hosts-Carl and Margie Turner. This quaint,, 
place is unique; in that it differs entirely 
from the rest. An atmosphere of homespun 
philosophy is prevalent, wjth family ties in 
abundance. The Multi-talented Margie, 
strives to keep, all in a happy mood; And 
notwithstanding her fabulous collection of 
antiques (No! not the customers) she sure, 
succeeds.. Just glance at Glenn Fox or Paul 
Zeien and HbwardWells, enjoying this, plus 
excellent food.-^-- " . \: [, .: . ^,^.>~~^-r- 



Even marvelous Marilyn Edwards (an old 
holdover from Reeves Drugs) te carried 
away at times by it all, unless Myrus Nelson, 
or Jim Atkinson snaps her out of it for more 
coffee. "',' " 

Or Banker Dick Daniel getting the 
business from ■ jaunty waitress Jane 
Dickerson, who badly needs capital to greet 
Great America. Bill "The Builder" Sim- 
browsky reading his want ad in The Antioch 
News. Postman Will Gers dropping off mail. 
Larry isdff. (Youcansay thatagaln)— — — 

Rudy and Nancy Zinger over in a booth, 
talking to the Ogden family while Jeri 
Vickers serves their food. Waitress Debbie 
Wendt taking orders from Jim and Linda 



Curtis. ' Bonnie '..■ and .' -"Ruth . Ta rkowski 
dreaming of o Bears Christmas; :-.. :■.'-". : .:''.'. v ,. 
: ■;; By 'now/ypu're aware of the warm altitude 
here at the Lakeside, and the first person to 
heartily agree about the warmth is cook Carl 
who is getting plenty of that in his kitchen 
preparing' fine foods \ for ',,, your dining 
pleasure. Bon Apetltl and Don Wendt went. 

McDonald's.';; The .Golden > Arches ; still 
beckon to'vthose lovers yof fast foods, like 
; Marge Sette, the Nicpohs, and Agnes Palmer 
of Trevor, who along with George Gialds and 
Elmer Renther favor:' the ;, mid-section: 
i Likewise the. Maplethorpes , Joe Matusek is 
going for a coffee refill. 

Yes, Mary Gurac is sUU, by unanimous 
acclaim, your heavenly hostess; wending her 
way iii and out of the non-smoking section, 
while pouring'coffee for nice folks like John 
Christensen, Big Ed iWallock, Arlene 
Cramer, Marcie Marcuccl of Senior Center, 
John Kulack, Tipman, and Banker Ed Ar- 
chambault ■ , \. 

The far east section boasts such patrons as 
Attorney Steven Wild, Rev. Williams, 
Vernon Hall and Walt Johnson. Don't forget 
every Tuesday 9 a.m. Bingo with Mitch and 

iris. ■ .\ i&?i .-, - : ;-. 

VFW Post No. 4551. Still alive and well 
over on North Ave., lies the spacious and 
pop ular a ction barn, where -Tuesday night 
bingo comes to life. So does J im Egem. 

—Loyal Order of Moose-Lodge No: 525. What" 
a place. Here you can meet and eat with the 
likes of a popular mayor Ray Toft or a 
likeable police chief Chuck Miller, or a 
village clerk Marilyn Sterbenz. You can at 
times dance to the music of Frank Merle and 
His Marks, Or be thrilled by. the anilcs of 
clever K clowns like Bobbl and Ken 
Knackstedt, or Fred Beckman as 
Hardy. (No, not Warner Olson). 
" You can have a sociable drink at the bar 
with pleasant people like Carl Gulbrandsen, 
Norma a nd Ex-Governor Scotty Lowe, Rose 
and Ray Dunaj, Elmer Keisler and Ray 
Edwards. 
There's only one drawback to all the above 
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-Lake County Board of. 
Health President Arthur 
Newell was jndicled June l(T 
on federalchargcs inyolvina 
CLC Presentation 

"Central America: I) .S; 
Role and Responsibility, , - , ;ig 

r the topic of a presentation by 
U.S. Foreign Service Officer 
Kenneth Audroue, scheduled 

„ for June 19 al.the College of 
Lake County, ^ Grayslake 
campus. Audroue wifl speak 
at 10 a.m. in the! Blue. Lec- 
ture Hall, His presentation is 
free and open to the public". 
There will be the ooDortunitv 

_ for questions' from the, 
audience: For. more in- 
formation,, call (312). 223- 
6601", extension 532.. 



a v: kickback, .and ". extortion 
ScbcmciniheVillagat)r:Fnv. 

.Lake.-:v—> ,;, ., ;. 

/Newell, a prominent Fox 
Lake attorney, will be 
arraigned on June 17 on 25 
counts-of '-: Hobbs-. extortion 
and one count of 
racketeering.. .'■'■•■■: 
■ -The' attorney is the. 
"bagman" that US Attorney 
Ira Raphaelson said worked 
with former Fox Lake 
Mayor Richard ( Butch l 
Ham m and former Fox Lake 
Trustee Richard Gerrelsen. 
in picking up .kickback 
payments from village 
businesses. . ■ ~ 

Hamm and Gerrelsen both 
plead guilty in May after. 



being ..indicted oh tederal 
Hchargesinvolving both' kicIG" 
back, schernesjn the. village 
and bribery charges in con- 
nection with a Fox Lake enn- 
tracLwith US Cable of Lake 
County.' •; ; f\_T 

Also indicted on federal 
charges on June 10 were 
Chris Nicholaou, the owner 
of the Golden Coin 1 



Jy^!Lcry-_iwluch_:invol ved 
paying ,, Gerrelsen and 
Hamm . for garbage con- 
IracKHe also payed Hamm 
for the dumpster set at the 



Hidden— Glen— apartment 

complex.' 

..JWherj Newell .was named 

to the Lake County Board of 

Health in 1982 two board 



-members quit in protest- o; 
his appointment. He became 
president of the board in 
July of 1983 and has been 

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Restaurant in Fox Lake and 
HOD Disposal Director John 
Horak. Nicholaou xess^ 
charged with mail fraud and 
bribery conspiracy which in- 
volved, paying Hamm $5,000 h 
for a liquor-license. He was 
also, charged with king to 
the FBI. 
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(815)459-6060 



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P.O. Box 8 \ 
CaryJL 60013 
(312) 639-3331 

Stronger, H.T., Inc. 

842 Western Ave 
Lake Forest. IL 60045 
(312) 234-9440 

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in the least amount of time. 

The Installation and repair of today's complex plumbing syste™ 
calls for a specialist: A licensed plumblng-heating-cooling contractor. 
He and the journeymen oh his staff have speht.years in training to 

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. They're the pros who get the job done right, who take pride in their 
work and in the services they provide the community. ~ . 

They're the o nes you can count on to protect the healt h of your famHy 

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100 LeBaron Street •. ..Waukegan, Illinois 60085 
For Information Call (3 12): 336-3303 or (312) 244^830 




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receive a certificate of 
achievement from- Condell 
Memorial Hospital, a sub- 
sidiaiy of the Medical Center 
of Lake County, 
Grass Lake School will be 

. offering -summer school 
courses Jrom ' June 17 
through July 8 Monday 
through Thursday. Junior 
high language arts will be 
taught by Ms. -Olson from 
8:30 to 10 a.m. The course 

.will include basic language 

• skills including grammar, 

sentence ^structure, 

mechanics, writing skills, 
, basic skills in reading and 
reading comprehension. . 

Ms. Olson will also teach 
Intermediate Language Arts 

• for incoming third, fourth 
and fifth graders from 10:30 
a.m. to noon! Basic and 
creative writing skills' in-* 
eluding any areas that need 
remediation,, 'language 
enrichment and recreational 
reading. Junior high math 
will be taught by Miss Mcln- 
tyre from 10:15 to 11 a.m. 
Thi$ course will include a 
review -of— computational 
skills and concepts with in- 
dividualized remediation in - 
area of need. Fun Facts: Ad- 
dition and subtraction will be 
taught by Miss Mclntyre 
from 9:15 to 10 a.m. She will 
be using thinking strategies 
to memorize addition and 
subtraction facts. Fun Fac- 
ts: multiplication and 
division will be taught by 
Miss Mclntyre from 11:15 
a.m. to noon, again-using 
strategies to memorize 
multiplication and division 
(acts. Fees will be $40 lor one 
course and $65 tor two cour- 
ses, which is payable at the 
time of registration 
Registration will be held 
June 5-7 from 8:30. a.m. to 
2:30 p.m. in person at Grass 
Lake School. Miss Mc Int yre 
will also give individual 
tutoring for. students kin- 
dergarten to eight in any 
subject area. Fees will be $12 
per 50 minute sessions, 
payable in advance or 
weekly. II student needs and 
ability levels permit, small 
groups may be formed at a 
lower cost per pupil. If you 
are interested, contact Miss 
Mclntyre at Grass Lake 
School. (3121 395-1550. 

Congratulations to the 
(ourth quarter honor roll 
students. Eighth grade 
students are: Theresa 
Abear, Robert Adams, 

— Lcslie-BennettrDerok-BoT 
sky, Jeff Enright, Ray Gar- 
dinT Eric Kn lit son, I srael 

"TWbnfejalToVMelanie Ncmcc. 
Michelle Perryman, Carole 
Schwartz and Kelly Zeicn. 
Seventh grade students arc: 
Mike Campbell, David 
Claauson, Johrr Colc^ Brian 
Fehren hackex. — -Jennifer 



Board of Health, at one time 108 in Kankakee County,. 
offered physicals for school Camp White Eagle- Is 
students. It might be wor- another 4H camp and it is 
Uiwhjle to check wjtfijhem-^ located in northwestern ID of 
to see if they are still doing 



this. Immunizations may be 
obtained free of charge from 
the Lake County Health 
Dept. (311) 689^761, at the 
Belyidere Medical Building, 
2«6 Beh/idere, Waukegan, 
111. on Monday and Thursday' 
froml~to,3 p.m. on a first 
come; firet. served;; basis. 
There is a Saturday clinic . 
once, a month - by ap- 
pointment only. : Im- 
munizations may also be ob- - 
. tained at St. Peter's Church 
Hall, 557 Lake St., Antioch, 
.111. on the! following dates: 
June 19, July 17 and August 
21 from 9 to 11 : 30 a.m. No ap- 
point ments are '; necessary 
for these dates. . _' 

More summer things to do 
for- your children. Camp 
Ravens wood is offering Day 
Camp for boys and girls ages 
five to 12. They will have 
four, twepweek sessions, 
Monday through Friday 
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. There 
WllL-hg- ho rseba ck" riding, - ^ 
boating, fishing; arts and 
crafts, cookouts, special 



ballet Lessons are from 5to £^i£.^ 

v.-.- .'^i- beginning ballet for.tnreeiio for the time and place for 



taught by Gloria PetralUs 
and Nancy Jucha . Thursday 
will be the day for .dance 

lessons with jazz, tap an 

Hwy. 72 in Ogle County. Both 

camps have an outdoor 
swimming pool, dining hall, 
recreation shelter,, nature 
cabin, craft house and an ad- 
venture course; 4H. mem- 
j bership is not required. The 
programs are staffed by 
. University of Illinois per- 
sonnel, qualified adult 
program s ta ff , extension ad- 
visors and volunteer coun- 
selors! The camps serve 
wholesome meals with plen- 
tiful food- and milk. Menus 
are approved by a dietition 
and the camp nurse 

monitors the health and (ContisoedfroinPage_I4A) 
safety of all campers. Camp pleasures. You must beta member! And a 
dates are as follows: June g 00 d " member. Not a nuisance, 
17-21 (Lake County) June 24- troublemaker, drunk or misfit. Just having a 
28. June 29-July 3, July 8-12 c^ doesn't entitle you to infractions at any J 
and July 15-19. Bus Iran- time, ,• 

But bold on! Why am I so concerned, when * 
we have a new Governor who will control all 
this. He might even go so far as to throw me 



structor for these sessions The old fire station will be 
will be Nancy. Jucha. Wed- the meeting place for lum- 
nesdays will be classical bling and thjo^scout house 
ballet lessons with,. Sara , wiu be the-flace. for dance. 



6 p.m.- for seven toll year 

olds, beginning dance - no 

experience or very little; 6 to 

i 7 pm will be seven years 

and up - intermediate dance. 

7 to 8 p.mrwill be jazz for 
junior high and high school 
students:. And from. 8 to 9 
p.m: will be exercise arid 
aerobids for adults or senior 
citizens. The. danee in* 



five year' olds.'ft toTp.m. 
beginning ballet for seven to 
12 year olds • no experience. 
And, from 7 to's p.m; will be 
intermediate ballet for ages 
'seven and up. Call the parks ' 
office at (312) 395-2160, 
Gloria at (312) 3954042; or 
Nancy at 356-9211 to register 
for the class of your.choice. 



'"twirling" conducted by 
AlyceBrownlee. ' 



Although School Board 
Elections are on Nov. 5, the 
Lake County Clerk has in- 
dicated that petitions may be 
taken out by those parliers 
interested in running for 
school board. 




sportalion is extra. The fee 
for the" five-day staff is 
$77.50. Contact the Lake 
County Cooperative Ex- 
tension Service in Grayslake 
to register. - 



theme day and swim lessons 
and recreational swims. 
Campers bring a sack lunch, 
bathing suit, towel and cap 
and the camp provides the 
beverage and day camp T- 
shirt . All programs are con- 
ducted by qualified staff. 
Contact Camp Ravenswood 
at (3152)356-3571. 

AH is also offering a camp . 
and the Lake County days 
are scheduled for June 17 
(Monday through June 21 
Friday i. Camp Shaw-waw- 
nas-see is the place for cam- 
pers to have a week of fun. 
The camp is located in nor- 
theastern Illinois along Hwy. 



— Antioch — Parks — and 
Recreation is offering "Sum- 
mer Fun." There wiiL be 
Twirling, Tumbling, Dance 
and Exercise programs of- 
fered from the week of June. 
17 to the week of Aug. 6. The 
cost will be |32 for the eight 
week sessions and the 
classes meet once a week for 
one hour. The fee must be 
paid at the beginning of the 
session. 'Tumbling classes 
will meet on Tuesdayslfrom 
10 a.m. toll a.m. for three to 
five year olds; 11. a.m. -to 
noon for new beginners six 
years and up; 1 to 2 p.m. for 
beginner intermediates 
(This is former Tuesday - 
class). You must try out for' - 
Ihis.class. Tumbling will be 



Franklin's Family Center. 

"I wonder if Tony and Avis Huber have 
been here?" 

Vi's Yellow Bird. On the outskirts of town, 
to Channel Lake, and this ever, popular 
polka palace of the Johantgens, VI and Al. 
They recently celebrated their 13th an- 
niversary with a special Sunday afternoon 
party. Uncle Jess and the Stardusters en-, 
out but regardless, Leonard Kreusler will do tertalned for the dancing pleasure. Betty 
one sure thing - He'll instill spirit and Newer was hostess. 

wisdom toa wonderful lodge. ^ :__;.' TWs„,bttutiful :ihow_place-has been a 

^-Struggles.-Breakfasts now bjeing:serve<L —favorite of Ginger's and mine for all these 

Props. Leota Wilton and Randy Miller, years, and what bands and entertainers have 

Popular. village trustee Bob Wilsons, stilly _ left their musical tradmarks here. Far too 

beavey bitter and driving force bringing in many to mention. 

the sheaves. Aside from this lovely palace of Through It all, the good and otherwise, Vi 

luxury and expensive tastes, it's Impossible has had her. health problems, just like 

to name the many who have passed thru Ginger, but being the trooper she Is, ill -or 

these portals. Of course you. may. spot not, the show went on. 

Warren and Mary Policy in a booth. Or the She would pick herself up by sheer guts 



Quendenfelds at a table. Gert and V.I. P. Lee 
Ipsen of Village Cleaners basking in it all, 
along with neighbors like Joan.Stahl and 
Lorraine Barski. Bingo. And that looks like 
another trustee, Mabel Lou Weber over by 
the salad bar. 

Tim Osmond, executive of Pridemark 
Insurance. Or Don Marskl , new owner of Ben 



and true grit, to keep the Yellow Bird's song 
alive. Lord willing she continues. There's 
only one Vi. ' • /. 

And so folks, we end another stroll through 
town. If any of you were missed along the 
way I'll pick you up next time. And 7 if you 
tired out a tittle bit . . . I'll understand ... So 
did I ... . Keep looking up. 



iff you were disabled, 
would you hove a regular 
monthly Income? 

See me for disability Income Insurance. 



Call: 




Dick Witt 

894HIIU ideAve. 
AnKochrlH— 

(312M 9S.1089 





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Rose Bushes $6.95 



Harris, Ken MAtlson, Harry 
McGuire and Jacquie Sher- 
wood. Sixth grade students 
are: Shelley Brausam. Tif- 
fany Chrislopouios, Ericka 
Diehl, Korrine. Madden, 
Deanne Oienick, Marina 
Stafford and Jenni Van- 
drush. Congratulations to 
you all! Remember summer 
school office hours al Grass 
Lake School will be Monday- 
Thursday from.; 8„ ; a.m. to 3 



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Miniature Tree Roses $9.95 



Dwarf Fruit Trees $1 4.95 

Offer Ends.June 16, 1985 



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Students 



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_dergarten and fifth grade . 
students must have a 
physical before the first day- 
of school, Aug. 26, 1985. No 
child. will be admitted to 
school without a physical, 
and up to -date im- . 
munizalions. Physical forms 
can be obtained at the school - 
office— The— Lakg-County~- 



Antioch 




With Purchase- 

Wednesday jBc Thursday 
^Are^RepoiteriDaySuAt.^. 



Onion Sets 49* per bag V 
We carry q complete tine of 
annuals, vegetables, perennials 
and Nursery stock, 

3 in. Perennials 49* each. 

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Notices 



Out On A Limb 

^S^!f? ? ^i^l^%S^«? out on a limb at the Lake County 
Forest Preserve. Ron Mb, left ond Jim Turner, right, make up the tree crev^along 
wrth the.r supervisor Forestry Foreman Joel Hercek. The crew is in charge of 
■«SSJSf core-of the trees in the preserves throughout the county. Their 
responsibilities include tree removal, transplanting and land clearing. 

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Martin has been appointed 
by Xakc County ,. Board 
Chairman Jim La Belle to fill 
I he vacancy lef I by. Disl. 5 
Rep. PrisciJIa Richardson on 
the Lake County Board. 

Martin, of Liberfyville. is 
vice chairman of the board 
at the" Grayslakc Nat ional ; 
Bank; He formerly worked 
for the First Lake County 
Nalional Bank of Liber- 
ty villc for 20 years. 




"I am very pleased with 
Jim's decision. I feel great 
and I think I'm ready to do 
the job. I'm excited." Martin 

said. ■■ » ; 

Mart in was chosen by . 
I ^ Belle over former board 
member and Liberty villc. 
Twp. Supervisor Mike 
Graham: 

He (Marti' ) has resided in 
Libcrtyyille Township for 29 
years and h is actively con- 
tributed to *,nc community. 



He also served as an elected 
= official on (he Liberty villc 
'School Dist. 70 Board of 

Education for 10 years. 



Summer Winners 

The College of ^ke County"engineerin g! _math..and physical sciences division 
recently named the Winners of its ^su^merschoiarshTp. program. Winners include- 

& 5 M°S r,rti ^ ,ef,) 9?" d WdFd ' A "* ioch Hi 9" School; Pam Westfali; Grani High 
Schoo:Mary ; Carney. Grant HighSchool; Roberta Christ, Grant High Schoo1"she?ri 

St" 1 ' Z n A 2l ,OC S Hl 9 h 1 Sch A °° l - t«5tond row. from left) Dave Case. AnStchH 

? vZ° V R< Sr r ^ Rom ^ ,e u ^ lio f h Hi9h Schoo,: Keilh Foszc *. Grant High School; 
Robert Cuba. Grant High School: James Jilly. Grant High School, (third row. Cm 
left) John Gruenwald. Anf.och High School; Mark Shipman. Antioch High School 
and Susan Rayniak, Anlioch High School. ■ s 






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issued to a Lake County of- 
; ficia ), ~ according ' to~~ J.~ 
Thomas Johnson, Illinois 
Director of Revenue. . 

The »3,000 bonus payments 

. are being issued to local tax 
assessors who meet certain 
standards of excellence in 
their a sse ssin g districts. The 
Lake County official 
receiving tins bonus is: Pat 
If arm, Waukegan Twp., 3 

-Year - Average^Level— of — supervisors- of -asscssmenrr 
Assessment: 33.90;- Co-- Officiab who feel they may 
efficient of Dispersion: 19.00 quahTyfora bonus should 

^, submit an application for the 
Bonus payments awarded appropriate 1 assessment 
to 12 other Lake County of -year to the Dept. of Revenue 
fidab we re a iw ou ncf d in within 60 days after the ten- 
earlier releases. Tbey-are: tative - e^juaUtatiorr^factbr 
Robert S Earbart, Decrfield has been issued to their 



Johnson said he expects 
approximately' 10 percent of 
the slate's 980 assessing of- \ 
fidab will qualify this year/ 
for the *3 ,000 bonus paymen- 
ts. The state revenue direc- 
tor added that be anticipates 
even, more assessing of- 
ficiab will' qualify by next 
year. 

.The bonuses are available 
to to wnship assessors, mul t i- . 
township assessors and 



weeks7^ouT~oyiwpns onZUiese quesUoitt wiH^fe^ 
views. I would very much appreciateyour taking the time to fill out this questionnaire 
and returning it to my Springfield office as soon as possible, r^fei. , _ 

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Senate Post Office 
Springfield, IL 62706 



1„- Should auto insurance be required by taw in Illinois? 

Would you support such a law if you though tit might result in an 
increase in your premiums!' ' _,-. 

2.' Do you support the 1992 Chicago World's Fair? 



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Twp; Herbert W:fIanf.Zion 
Twp.; Robert G. Jasper, 
Lake County; Irene G. 

Danun, Fremont Twp.; Uno 

A. Larson, Ela Twp.; 

-William— Swanson,— -Li 



county. 



3. Should the state guarantee all or any portionof ail ebt th a t 
^_might be incurred by the World's Fairt^ — • 



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Do you support the proposed "Build Illinois" program to use $1 .3 
billion in state bond money to improve public ^ works such as 
sewer systems, roads, university facilities and parks? , 



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tyville Twp.; Charles 
schefske, .Vernon Twp r 
Harry f. ' Pillman. Cuba 
Twp.; Raichad E. Karasin- 
ski, Lake Villa Twp.; Walter 
R. LaBac, Wauconda Twp.; 
William R. : Brawn, West 
DeerfieJd Twp. and Gordon 
Washburn, Warren Twp. _ 

"It's clear that more and 
more Illinois asse ssin g of- 
ficiate are realiiing the iin- - 
. portance of uniformity and 
equity," J ohnson said. "As a 
readtj we've seen "a , sub- ; 
stanlial increase in the ninn- 
- h^-rf-rouhties- which are_ 




5- Should public school buses be required to transport priyate- 
school students? , "_ 

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The Green Bay Unit of the 
Lake County Homemakers 
Extension Association will 
meet at 10 a.m. on Thursday, 
June 27. The lesson "How to 
Deal with Stress" will be 
given by Iris Hauenstein and 
Vivian Sampson: The 
meeting will, be held al the 
home of.Mrs: Pat Vanlreek: 
Hostesses for the noon* lun- 
cheon are Mrs. Stella 
Ericsson and Mrs. Eiva Bon- 
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6. Should more money be spent on publiceducation?^ 

7. If so, would you support any o* the following taxes for 
education: - rs 

:' new local income taxes? ... 

increased sales taxes? .-— - 

new tax on long distance calls? 

. increased taxes on liquor and cigarettes? 

8 Should local property taxes which support education be partially 
or completely replaced by a local income tax? 






yes no -7 
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yes . no ? 
yes nbl?: 
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receiving '■- equalixation fac- The following officers 
tors of 1.0000." were installed at the last 

For example, 42 of the 93 meeting: President, Marilou 
tentative factora assigned so Motron; 1st -vice-president, 
far;forl9Mai*J.OW/conv ^ RamoiaCoopnder and 2nd 
rared to fire ryeara-Mulier-^vice-presidenl, -May _U)[\& 

T^,^r^ Sc ^ hAar y- Millie ^Tinker; 

Treasurer, Pdt Van Treeck.^ 
For thortrinfonnationrcall ~ 
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received equal iiation fac- 
tors or 1.0000/' Johnson ad- 

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9 Would teaching standards improve if the tenure system were 
' abolisrted? ; ( t j 

TO. Should teachers' salaries be based on performance as well as 
. seniori^? 

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yes no 7 



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A Fox Lake Press 

6 Grayslake Times 



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it Lake Villa Record 

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HAROLD R.KIRCHHARDT 
President 



WILLIAM H. SCHROEDEB 

Publisher 



Death Of Family 
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Cloudy Start, FinisK 



If it weren't for the fact that his term on the 
Lake County Board of Health expires June 
30,- it would be in order foWliftJtthe im- 
mediate removal from the board of Atty. 
Arthur Newell of Fox Lake, who currently 
serves as president * -*Trr i - — '— 



NeweJl's ability to serve in public office 
has been impaired by his involvement in the 
alleged Fox Lake extortion and kickback' 
scandal, being identified as an unindicted co- 
conspirator in the case. As a practical 
matter, NeweU's term can be concluded and' 
a new appointment made without the Board 
of. Health getting involved with his personal. 
difficulties. . ' 

Newell became a member of the Board of 
Health under a cloud of controversy. He was 



named ..lo_repIace^.Dr, Anne. . Barlow,_a_ 
physician with an international reputation in 
the Field of public health administration and 
at the -; time the . highest-ranking >roman 
executive at Abbott Laboratories. ..Two- 
members of the Lake County Board's Human 
Services Committee, Harry Thomas of 
Libertyville and Janet Morrision of 
Waukegan, quit their posts in protest oyer 
the ouster of Dr. Barlow. The ouster of Dr. 
Barlow was engineered by Dist. 4 Rep, 
Donna-Mae Litwiler of Ingleside, where the 
physician of world-wide renown resided 
when fjrst appointed" to the board. 

So Newell came" in undera cloud and jl 
appears that he will be leaving under a cloud. 
Ironically, the energies he applied to the 
Board of Health wereereditable. ... 



Friend Or Foe? All Alike! 



The Lake County Board, with a welt- 
earned reputation for rough and tumble 
politics, is the type of body politic where you 
never know who are your friends or ehemies. 
Quite otten, friends and foes shift from issue 
to issue. Wending through this maze is like 
walking a tightrope— or tiptoeing through a 
minefield. - - ^ 

Dist 4 Rep. Norman Geary of Grayslake 
moved- heaven and earth to bring about the 
election as county chairman of Dist. 3 Rep. 
James (Jim)' LaBelle of Zion, last Decerh- 
,ber._As chair man , LaBelle is required to 
make a variety of appointments, including 
special tax districts: One such is the Round 
Lake Sanitary District board of directors 
where there presently happens to be a vacan- 
cy. According to procedure, Geary has the 
responsibility of making a recommendation 



for the. appointment to the county chairman, 
as the most "local" county board represen- 
tative. According to county board protocol, 
the recommendation should be acceptable to 
Geary's colleagues, Jim Fields of Antioch, 
Fred Popp of Lake Villa and Donna-Mae Lit- 
wiler of Grant. So, LaBelle, who owes his 
election as chairman to Geary, instead of 
acknowledging a favor has counted the 
"votes' '-three to one, you'll, notice— and is 
dragging his feet on the appointment, totally 
disregarding the fact that Geary's recom- 
mendation has excellent credentials and a 
fine track record to boot » 



ByBILLSCHROEDER ;^: : 

Call the death of the entire Daniel Boni 

family an American tragedy. All of us i n a 

small way contributed to the events leading 

up to the crash south of Antioch that wiped 

out the five Bonis of Wauconda. -.-. 

. Putting aside the shock andxiismay of. the 

event itself, the facts now are coming to light 

" that Daniel and Therese knowingly put their 

awn lives -and the lives of their children in 

grave jeopardy by drinking' too much at a 

-family- gathering-and-then-attempUng-to 

drive home. There is evidence to believe that 

they also had wrecklessly imbided of other 

controlled substances before taking to the 

highway that fateful Sunday morning. ■ ' . 

Let's not be overly critical of the parents 
for their stupidity. They were only following 
a pattern of behavior that is all too common 
in America today. Very few adults in society 
can say in all honesty that they've never got- 
ten high and then taken to the wheel of their 
car. A lot of us have gotten away with that 
mixed~up thinking. : The. Bonis didn't and 
they paid for a lack of judgment with their 
lives..-.- - *• . :'■.„■ ... 

Part of the American tragedy is that 
society . is guilty, in part of accepting 
behavior that contributes to incidents like 
the horrible two-car crash on Rte. 59. Slowly 
.our. laws .and ^beliefs _ are changing about 
liquor and drugs. Right now the Illinois 
General " Assembly is working on stiff er 
drunk driving laws. Slowly, but oh so pain- 



morning to find the plant In full bloom. "This 
is what I had been waiting for and I started 

calling all my friends/^thecpiant lover 

remarked. . ■...-.■■•.;;..■.■:'; - 

But 1 before friends could arrive, the 
blossom closed tightly; "Now ;I feel like a 
chump,- Who's going to believe me? I scolded 
that- plant; It made me mad," Mrs. Spray 
related. The philodendron has retreated to 
its former state, growing healthy, but forgekr 
ting all about its blossom. 
' Mrs. Spray has received the suggestion 
that the plant probably is in a snit, angry 
with her harsh words. "Could be," she con- 
ceded. "The darned thing sheds tears and 
does other Human things." Now we can wait 
for an experience with a flesh eating plant 

UNPOLITICAL— County Chairman James 
(Jim) LaBelle passed up a gold opportunity 
for taking a giant step toward his reelection 
as chairman of the Lake County Board by ap- 
pointing Eugene Martitrdr Libertyyille:to~ 
replace the Dist. 5 vacancy created by the 
resignation of Prise ilia Richardson of Gur- 
nee, '-',■_.' ■/■ ■ ."..;, 

Countjr- building observers are saying that 
LaBelle could have appointed' Supervisor 
Mike Graham of Libertyville, one of the 
aspirants for the opening, and locked up 
Graham's support for chairman. The 



reasoning is that Graham is going to run for 

the post next spring and will be hard to beat 

fully, the screws are tightening on illegal - so why not bite the bullet now? We'll have to 

drug usage. The pace is not rapid enough, wait until next spring to see wnat.kind of race 



We're not sure whether Geary, the dean of 
Lake County Board. is kicking himself about 
who he supported for chairman last year but 
he undoubtedly will admit that enemies are 
easier to come by in county board than 
friends. 



Turning On The Faucet 



Local state legislators have initiated ac- 
tion in the General Assembly that could 
unlock the door that has prevented efforts to 
bring Lake Michigan water to central Lake 
"Countycomnni nitiesr 



Lake Michigan water inland, which has been 
a dream for more than a quarter or a cen- 
tury. 

. . Legislation provides for referendum ap- 
proval byjfolere^fore_honds^an_be issued . 



though, to help families like the Bonis help 
. themselves. 

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PLANT WOES— "Sometimes I think I'm 

■ t losing my mind," exclaimed Lydia Spray as 

she described her predicament .of .dealing 

with a plant "that almost acts human at 

times.'' 

"Mrs. Spray, a widow and. a retired piano. 

and organ teacher, described in dismay her 

-life-with an eccentric philodendron jhat oe^ 

- cupies a prominent spot in. her Ingleside 

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A month ago Mrs. Spray called with the 
news that the philodendron had sprouted a 
prominent bud and was getting ready to 
blossom, an almost unheared -of -event for the 
leafy Tropical plant, She said she's had the 
plant 20 years and nothing ever happened 
like this before. 

Local florists and horticultural experts 
viewed the plant and confirmed the rarity of 
the impending event Several weeks ago 
Mrs. Spray said she was dumbfounded one 



Martin makes to test the theory of LaBelle's 
political acumen. 




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A bill was passed in the Illinois House That is as it should ber 



providing for creation of a Joint Action 
Water Agency with power to issue general 
obligation bonds. The legislation, which now 
faces a Senate test answers the question 
about how to finance such a momentous ven- 



The current lake water project officially is 
being spearheaded by. the Central Lake 
County^Waler Cdmmitteerlf~the~enabling 
legislation is signed by Gov. Thompson, the 
committee could shift gears easily to become 



TUfe^que^|pn-wJuch:haszvexed:intcresled^^^ 

municipalities for years. __ - •_ a uthority and the key power to fund itself. 

Lake Bluff, Ubertyvi)Je,~Muriaeleiri~, Gur- TWore wateris needed' badly - b$rthe~ inland 
nee and Grayslake have been working villages. The new legislation should help 
together, sometimes not so harmoniously, to speed the day for turning on the faucet to 
put together the pieces necessary to pipe Lake Michigan. 



Letter To The Editor 






Reason For Yes Vote 

Editor: " 

Most voters are practical people, 
especially when they are asked to vote to 
raise their taxes, as in the upcoming June 29 
referendum for Warren Township High 
School. They arc prone to ask practical 
questions, like these: What's in it for me? 
Why should I vote to have my taxes raised 



when I don't even have any kids in the school 
system? Why should 1 care what kind of 
school is built or when? 



^Letters Invited 

n.etters to^trrer^edltor— are 
welcome. They should be on 
topics of general interest, ap- 
proximately 250 words or less. All 
letters must be signed, and con- 
tain home address . and 
telephone - hUmberr~The~ editor 
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If you have asked these or "similar 
questions,; then I would like to offer an an- 
swer that perhaps you haven't heard about 
and be willing to help pay for the best school 
system possible because that school system 
js educating our future work force and 
community leaders. Even if you have no 
children in high school/that high, school is 
educating the future gas station mechanic 

rRrWillTx; fixing your car, the consultant 
who will~be iigurih^oijrhow~i'o."save your 
money, the future doctor who will help save 
your life. AH American citizens are expected 
to share the responsibility of providing the 
best possible free public education to all: 
ch ildren, in a community in order to 
guarantee an educated work lorce. ^^=r--nri— 



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I'd like to' nominate my wife for bean- 
cooking queen. Red or white, Anita really, 
knows her beans; Unfortunately, she belongs 
to the pinch-of-this, pihch-of-that club. So you 
htfve to persuade her to join the measure- 
this, measure-that circle for a spell. 
;_She djd, one Sunday afternoon, so 1 could 
share with her friends and you,, the fantastic 
recipe for red beans. She says the concoction 
isa cross between Cuban and Puerto Rican 
red beans. 

Anita also cooks on unusual settings - such 
as a little higher than medium or a little 
lower than medium nigh - on our electric 
stove. For convenience, I've rounded off the 
burner designations. 

Alas, she has her own method of "bean- 
manship.". Firs t , she does not soak beans 
overnight. "You. don't have to,'* she con- 
tends. Secondly, Anita snubs the quick-boil 
technique. She just washes the beans, picks 
out any foreign particles and plunks them in 
a large pot, such as the bottom half of a 
pressure cooker. You know, the beans come 
out great. 




Anita usually adds a little salt, depending 
.on how salty the beans. end up. Actually, 

most of the time, they heed none. 

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Anita's Red Beans 

1 package (14 oz.) , kidney beans 

1 bay leaf ■ •' 

" 2 ham or pork hocks . 

1 soup spoon bacon fat 

Va pound salt pork, sliced and halved 
.* 1 medium onion, chopped v ■ 
- V4 green pepper,' chopped : , 

3 garlic cloves^ minced —*--■. 
' % teaspoon dried oregano leaves 

Vz teaspoon dried parsley flakes 

Vt teaspoon cumin 

1/8 teaspoon black pepper 

lean (8 oz.) tomato sauce 



.Wash beans, place in large pot half -filled 
with water, bring to. boil and cook loosely 
covered on ^medium-high heat 30 minutes: 
Add bay leaf and hocks, reduce heat to 
medium, cover. and cook about one hour, un- 
til fork-tender, adding water if needed. In 
large skillet, melt bacon Tat, brown salt pork 
on both sides, add o n i on, green pepper and - 
gar I Icrstlry in~seasonihgs^aTrd~f ry several" 
minutes; stir in tomato sauce, bring to boil 
and let bubble several minutes, stirring. Stir 
mixture into beans. Cook beans covered on 
medium heal another 15 minutes. Serve over 
white rice. Serves a crowd. 



Extension 
Steppa 

One out of every three 
marriages in the United 
States is a remarriage and in 
one-ihir_of these marriages, 
both spouses have children 
from a former marriage. 

This means, that there is a 
large number of step- 
children and stepparents 
that are dealing with com- 
mon family matters and 
facing special concerns as 
well. The new-family has to 
blend together and' un- 
fortunately -this is not an 
easy process. ;;.■ ^ 

The. University of Illinois 
Cooperative Extension Ser- 




vice ' will present "Step- 
parenting, Step-by-§tep"at7 
p.m. Thursday, June 13 in' 
the Extension Auditorium in 
Grayslake. The lesson is free 
and advanced registration is 
required. Please calf (312) ~ 
223-8627 to register. All are 
invited, couples and singles 
anticipating . a blended, 
family situation. ■ ' , 

Dave Lindgren, M.A. 
Family Therapist, will inr_ 
terview a panel" of step- 
parents willing to share 
pleasures, problems, 
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The Lake County Health 
Dept offers - free- im- 
munization clinics and 
hearing and vision testing 
for. Lake County children. 

Childhood immunization- 
only clinics will be held at 
the following locations and 
times: :■ • ■ -Jtst 

St. Peter's Church Hall, 
,557 Lake St., Antioch; 9 to 
"11:30 a.m., Wednesday, June 
19. 

Wauconda Township Of- 
fice, Rte. 12 and Bonner Rd., 
Wauconda; 9 to 11:30 a.m. r 
Wednesday, June 26. 
-Ajarent or guardian must 
accompany all children. At 
the immunization sessions, 
children can be immunized 
against polio, diptheria, 
tetanus (D.P.T.),. measles, 
mumps .and Rubella - (Ger- 
man Measles). 



Parents are asked to bring 
their .children's' past into 
munization records: .If a 
child has an immunization 
letter from the school nurse, 
it should also be brought to 
the session. ' 

_; For., further information, 
-call the Lake-County Health 
Dept., Communicable 
Disease Program, (312) 689- 
6761. 

Both immunization clinics 
and hearing and vision 
testing will be held at the 
Mid-Lakes Medical 
Building, 6 E. Main St., 
Round LakeTark, onJVed- 
nesoay, June 12, by ap^ 
pointment only. Telephone 
(312)5466662. \ 

Early identification of 
possible hearing and vision 
problems may prevent 

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sibillties In their unique 
relationships. 

Some concerns that will be 
discussed;* are: ~ the Un- 
certainty about how to act 
toward a stepparent, worries 
that -liking a stepparent 
means betraying a birth 
parent, jealous of the step- 
parent , for. sharing the 
parent's attention, upsets 
because the "pecking order" 
habits, and rules have 
changed, unsure of a step: 
parent's responsibilities and* 
hurt because . the stepchild 
does not show love and ap- 
preciation right'away. 



Clinic 



medical and/or learning 
..disabilities. Children with 
possible hearing and vision 
problems will be referred to 
appropriate resources so 
that-corrective measures 
may be prescribed. 
— Hearing and vision testing 
for persons under 21 years of 
age is also available by ap- 
pointment at- the Belvidere 
Medical Building, 

Waukegan, and at the Mid- 
Lakes Medical Building, 
Round Lake Park. 

For additional information 
or an appointment, call the , 
Hearing .and Vision 
Program,. Lake County 
Health Dept., at (312) 689- 
6713. 

The Lake County Health 
Dept. also offers free blood 
pressure testing for adults'. 






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Mr. and Mrs. Mark Sandahl - ; 

St r Gilberts'.dhurchi . in Gray slake was , the setting of the 
April 20|fl985 wedding of Judith L. Warhiouth and ; Mark Vr 
Sandahl, of Mundelein. -'^''-- '.v//^-^-- 

The bride's dress, was a taffeta underlay with a : chiffon 
overlay. The A- line dress with a 4- ft. train featured a Queen 
Victoria bodice with a scoop neck, all appliqued. . -. i 

Maid of Honor was Amy Warmouth (bride's sister) and 
other. bridesmaids were: Mary Ann.' Warmouth (bride's 
sister-in-law), Sue Oleson, Fran Coomans, Jody Warmouth, 
Jennifer Warmouth, Julianne Warmouth and Regiha. War- 
mouth, (bride's sisters). . » 

Best Man was Knut Sandahl (groom's brother), while other 
groomsmen were: Robert Sandahl, (groom's brother), Ed- 
ward Gerjol, David Kendioce, Wilfred Balmes, Robert 
Madura, Peter Gerjol and John Chadwick, (groom's friend)? 
.Flower girl was Marimae Warmouth (bride's niece and 
godchild) and ring bearer was Robert Govekar (nephew).. - 

The wedding, performed by the Rev. Harold Voss oif St. 
Gilberts Church, was followed by a reception at the Coun- 
tryside Fire Station in Mundelein .« < ; 

The bride's parents are Mr: and Mrs. Robert Warmouth of 
Wildwood. The groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert 
Sandahl II, of North Chicago. 

After a honeymoon trip to Orlando, Fla., the couple made 
their home in Mundelein. ~- - 

The bride is employed as assistant store manager of the 
Mundelein K-Mart and the groom is. employed by the 
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Wa u cohda Boy Rescues ^at Fci rriily 



by CHARLENE WHITNEY/ y 

We had missed church Sunday when we got 
a phone call from our friends, Thomas and 
Janet McHuge of 145 Church St. in Waucon- 
da. They had been cleaning the garage when 
they noticed a gray cat going into a hole 
above the garage. Upon, closer look with a 
flashlight, a kitten could be seen following 
mother cat way in the back. McHuge didn't 
know who to call or just what to do and it was 
a hot day and seemed to feel like 110 or 120 



enough room to crawl on his stomach and the 
wood beams cut and bruised him as he made 
the trip three times from one. end to the 
other. It was so dark that even a flashlight 
didn't give much light tosee anything. " 

Bobby took two kittens in one hand and 
crawled back to the entrance. of. the hole 
trying: not to hurt them.„The. third kitten 
came but the next tr)p. He -went back to 
check for more and to find thejnbther cat. 
Each inch of crawling left him with more 



degreesr Because itrwasSundayrthe-animal— ^ts^nd-bruisesVbut'he^ouldh'l-stop-until- 
shelter was closed. all the kit tens were out. 

I tried to make some phone calls but it was 



Memorial Day weekend and everyone was 
out'visitmgrelatives "or having plcnlcsrso, r 
told McHuge thai my son and I would come 



The darker kitten, I think, female, was 
nearly dead and the other two! believe, 





down and see what could be done. 



We loaded the wagon with a cage and a 
long fishing pole. Bobby Whitney, 14-years- 
old and myself were not too sure -how we 
-would handle it — L — ■ '- — - 

Bobby was the only one who could climb 
the ladder and fit into the hole and it was so 
hot that he ne arly passed out. He only had 



males, were almost the same. The mother 
cat had very little milk as she had been run- 
ning wild and round little food or water. 

Bobby continued to look for the mother cat. 
He went in and out of a couple of attics and 
searched "the yard and garage again. At last , 
he sa w her up in the r afters of the garage, 
behind. some boards. He told me that her 

es-gave-heiyawayrThey-were-soTbig-and — Q* SJ*Mjg g 
green. . • 

T he, mo ther ca t was so frigh tened that we 
could only catch her one way n-The long-poled 
fishnet was our only hope. It took a few tries 
but we did get mother and babies back 
together and into a cage fortransport ._ _ 



food and water,' along with nice, round tum- 
mies.-. . •.»-.- -.-- 
The babies are fed several times a day and 

played with by Bobby and my daughter, 
Mary, who treat the kittens with- a most gen- 
tle touch. Bobby gets up at six every morning 
to lake care of-them"and works with them ~" 
through the day until bedtime. 

The mother cat. a gray tabby, must have 
been someone's perbefore giving birth but 
now she is so frightened of people that it 
makes us believe that, somethingTias'hap^ 
pened to her. Bobby can pet her and he talks 
softly when cleaning her cage and feeding 
her. I woiry about her a lo t. ... __. 

She will need a good home withlspmeone" 
who will really take the time to care for her 
and show only gentleness. She may never be 
anyone's lap cat but then again with the right 
person she might. It would be most im- 
portant that sh e be s payed so that this kind of 
thing will not happeu again. If y6u^re r the 
person who will do all of this for her, give me 
a call at (312) S26-3214. . ..^_. • 

The kittens will also be up for adoption to 
good homes. I ask only that those who. lake 
them, to promise to have mem neutered or 
spayed. There are so many cats and kittens 
who end up in much the same way because 
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The 4-H Club will ha ve a miniature fair for . 
4-H members and the public is welcome. One. 

oMhe highlights will be a cat show at 7:30 
p.m. on Friday, June 28. 



At 9 a.m. on Saturday, June 29, there will 
be a small pet show for the 4-H members. 
They will have birds, hamsters, mice, rats, 
snakes and etc.- Z •' ■ . L • — ^— — 



There will also be many other projects that 
will be on display at the Lake County 
Fairgrounds on these two days. : 

Tasked a bout membership for those who 
wish to be in 4-H, Many girls and boys will be 
pleased to know that they may join <£H 
anytime. There are no fees or uniforms 
required and the club is open to all those 
from ages eight to 19, 

If interested in the fair, call the LakeCoun- 
ty 4-H office at ( 312 i 223-8627. Residents may 
join whether or not they live in the city or in 
thecounlry. ' "■ • w~." ,. .:._.. . 

The animal projects are most popular but 
they also offer crafts, computers, cameras, 
cooking, sewing and many other projects 
that teaches youngsters. It is all done with 
volunteers that care. 



These are 
free to those who will love them and have . -."^ - 11 ,;-_j. .. . 

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our dogs, to have pups, the vet told us just the 
day beforethat she wouldn't have-any-We- 
were disappointed. 

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cute kittens and a nice-looking mother cat. I 
believe that the stork really did gel mixed up 
this time. But, it will all be worth it if they all, 
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The wedding of Miss Elizabeth M. Struzik and Specialist 
Four Raymond ATHornung III will take place on June 29 at 
TransrigurationjChurch, Wauconda. The announcement was 1 
made recently by the parents of the bride-to-be, Mr. and Mrs. 
Nicholas E. Struzik of Long Lake, Minn, formerly ofWaucon- 
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Specialist Four Harming is the son of Mrs. James Bone of 
Alabama and Mr/Raymond' A. Hornung Jr. of Island Lake. 
--The bride and groom-to-be both are 1983 graduates of 
Wauconda High School. Miss Struzik attended South Dakota 
State University and presently, Specialist Four Hornung is 
stationed at Fort Bragg, North Carolina.! 



William K . Moss an d Sandra K . Kessler 
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_Mr."ahd MrW Hichard KeVsJer jjfcAntibch, announce the 
-engagement of their daughter, Sandra K. Kessler, to William 
K. Moss, Hazelcrest,; son of Mr. .Gale Moss of Chicago 
Heights and Mrs. Sallie Blecharczykof HazelcresL 

The .ceremony wjjllbe. performed at; the Lake Forest 
Academy/Ferry Hall in.Lake Forest on Sept. 15, 1985. 

The bride-to-be is a 1978 graduate of Antioch High School 
and a-1982 graduale.of Eastern Illinois University and has a 
bacheloi^of-scienceTdegree 'in^usihess^r She is presently 
working as. ani_^|fjj^l^ysiems analyst for Abbott 
.Laboratories. » ■ .• . J ';..." — - 

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and is employed as owner /general manager for Fisher Auto 
in Chicago Heights. " • . 

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Villa and Shari L. SleUon, 
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A ton, Pctul Jerome, w^i bom Ajwil a at Good Snapheftl Hotpiiol In' tei rtaglon to 
Jerome and Cor( Hemmerling, Goaet loka. CrondpO(»nli Of • Arthur ond fob* Ho FhWlfn 
toki VJIo ond Oo>J and Joanna hemmeittfig,. Mundalekn, ' Great -giondmolher "l» 
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A daughter, Dnt«U[,<i, mh bom May 2 at Northern llllnola MedMol Cantor. Me itawy; 
to Tommy fetertonARound Lake Pork. Grandmother bt'Morpe TrweodgUI, Grayiloka' 
Cfaoi'giaot-gfandletHat It EC. Men. 



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Brandon John SiekfJM 



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_; A ton, Zochory Foul, wot born April 4 ai Cood Shepherd Hotpiiol in Boi lington lo. Robin 
ond Pouto Croarell. Murtdetoln. I ha baby hot ona mix. trendi. 4, Grandparent! ore John 
ond Ruth Minton. Mechonfctmi'le.-Va. ond Jack and Mo, ton CioWl, JocktorwJIe. fia,- 






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A ton. Timothy Mkhoel. an born February I S oi Cood Shepherd Hotpiiol in Iwi mgtonio, 
Jalfiey and ♦Calhleen Smith, Round -lata leech. '.The boby hat orta ,,,i«., Jennifer.- 
Grondporentt or* B.I I and Sua Robarii, Itlond lake ond Chock ond Baity Smith. M< Henry. . 
Cfaot otcno^arHwaLaoMtdondVafoHotni.Maiavarla.Mch. . 

JomlfliMarqiMZ 

A doughia r . JomtlitT wet born April tot Good Shaphatd Hoipltol m B m t inflion io . Gitber I 
ond Glodfi Morove*, Round loka tooth. Grondpoianrt Ota Angel ond Gtotn lopai. 
Round toka tooth ond Gilbert and Delate t Morouei. Bot alona 'o Puerto R«o. 

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. A ion. Chariot Jeremy, m bo«n Ap.,l ij.rji 0«x) ih.pH.rd Hotpllol kt Boongtcn lo, 
rhorkn end Rhonda forolli. Round loka tooth. Tha boby hot two ttw«/t. Roou.l. 3 ond 
Moria.- 1 1 mot . Gi ondpotantt era Edward end Goya Jutl *m. Woucondo ond Cotttono and 
Irwio f arom, t oa thnW Voaay Got dam. 

Staphonl* Ann Arnold 

A ooughtar. Stophania Ann, max bom Ap«<l tl ai loka Fwatl Hotpilal. Loka Foratl.ro 
M«hoal end Iktonar Arnold.- Inglatld*. GrandVW>*nll~afa"Hwnl'ond Kerol Egtailon. 
h«i»trda.l«(o»talloW.-JtrmmartiaUr«tdWJt*rTiRo^^ - - 



A ton. trondon John, wot born April 39 ol Notiharn llhnbit Madtcol Canlar Mc rfanrv.'lo 
John* ond Swton trakarat.tfo* Loka. Gtojitdparantt ora Don'Fugola end Joan Fugola. 
Ipring Gro**j,Corl oorvk. Ilk' Gront: Janoi ond~Mo>i« Sj<J»irt. to. take. C.aoi- 

o.wvjpo.a*iirorala*ia<arxJSim < iK«hUurr l ./of^Moro<ifat»of,k. . 

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A ton.lirendon WJIioWi. wot bom Moy 3 ol Horiham llttnort Mad«ol Canlar, Mt hi.™ T . io 
- law'n Jr. end Dabr o, Hirljr Spring Gov*. Tha boby hot ona artier. Nicola. I . GroridporanN 
ore Robert end Donna Sondert," Soring Grbwe end lewit St. onrJ.June Huff, 1 Richmond. ■ 
Greot-grondpaienti die I iMion Conner, George end Mailne Sondart end Roy Cooper. 

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. A daughter, Stafonle Nitole, wet born April 30 at Medcal Canter ol Lode County, liber. 
lyville. lo Foul ond Cindy Jonyto. Mundalam. The boby hot one brother, /oul Janyja7?r' 
Grondporentt are A rthur end Dor it jony jo. M undelein ond Hoyl ond Sue tyrd, Mundelaln . 
OMt-grondporenti ore Alberl Joo r Ja. Mvndelein: Ther etb tan'ga'. Po'k Ridge end Mory 

' |rodlay.Corlnwl.Mrn._; _\ _ "_'•' i 

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Irlco Alexandria Vlllorreal 

A daughter. tr«a Ahmondrio. wet born April - }4 ol Medicol Canter ol lokVCownty. 
liaitrrlla, to fnrnjoa Vitenta. Munoalein. The boby hot one irtier. Janice, 7. Gtond- 
perentt ere Juon and Vi< lor» Vdlo«aol. Maaic o ond tenlto Vitanio. Sotinot. Me.ic'o. 



Charles F. Leichfweis II, 

Lake Forest and Sherrylee 
E. Munster, Fax Lake. 
Dwight J. Mitchell, 
Barrington and Elcen M. 
Jameson, Lake Geneva, Wis. 
Edward J. Nichols, Glen 
Ellyn and Joyce A. Rode, 
Gurnee. 

jOaniel N. Tatcra and Donna 

M.Collison, Fox Lake. 

Keith B. Taylor and Terry A. 

Simon, Fbx Lake. 

John p. Walker and Vicki S. 

Lear, Lake Villa. 

James H. Wilsbh, Grayslake 

and Susan A. Jeffer, WUd- 

wood.-^r. — r^f—^zr":- 

Keilh ' D 4 Brommelkamp, 
Ingleside and Jacquclun K: 
Zalesny/Barrington.., ^ — -Ji 
. Richard W. Juonko, Palatine 
and Simone P. Stollings, 
LakeVJlla. _*-.\ , ; - : -.j._. _ 

„ Michael _H— Peterson - Jr. , - 
Whitehall,- : Wis. and; Ann 
. Marie.G . Joly,-Ingleside.-v - ■ 
Timothy A. Schnaebele and 
Kathleen A. Muldoon, Fox 
Lake. 

Melvih.:. H. Whitmer, 
Waukegan and Connie E. 
Stamer, Gurnee; 

Rafael Aguilar,' Muhdelein ' 
and LuisaSantoyo, Chicago . 
Amada Carreon and Yolan- 
da R. Vasquez, Mundelein 



Richard L. Easty Jr., 
Wauconda . and Patricia s! 
Inman, Forest Park. 

Ronald D. Greenhill and 
Laurie A. Sourapas, 
Wauconda: . ■, 
Thomas J. Progar and 
Patricia L. Sweeney, Gur- 
nee. 

Richard Tokarz and 
Catherine R. Cooper, Lake 
Villa. 

Lee F.. LiederbachV 
Grayslake and' Carole J^" 
Hcrtel, Liberlyville 

Thomas D. Petersen, 
Woodhaven, Mich, and 
Pamela J. Holiday, Lake 
Villa' . 

John P. Ranaldo and Ellen - 
M. Brother ton, Anlioch 

: George E/ Seibert and 
'Karen S. Szarkow.cz, An- • 

tloch 
Harry J. Sumberlin "and 

Deborah C. Bates, Waucon- 



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Willis ■ S. J Werner and 
- Cera lyn — A.-^De — Tomatso,-~ 
Hound Lake Beach 

Jerome: P.- Boehm : and 

Barbara L.Licko; Anlioch. " 

~ Steven LT Harris and Carol 

M.Schullz, Gurnee. 



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A ton. bontol Jomei, wet born April 7a el Norrhern Blviort MaoKol Center ol Mc Henry, lo 
Denial ond K* inline Vrntent, Richmond. The boby hot three brothert. Teirv. 14, tilty 13 ond 
J[for^kj^P L Qfe«dj»?ej«!iJ«yJemeiJ|nd 
Flenrugon. Id Fertie.Te.ot . C^eat^ortrJporenH ere Fronk end VI Moreve<. 

kV>Vtfobe>ft-Sli)plt.y ... .^ 

A ton «yle tobefl wot bom Moy 4 et Northern lll«ort-Med«ol Center. Mffienry. to - 
-t^ucl^ond Mono ShtoWyT tound loke fotkrlKe bSoy.hotone iriler, Awn'ee Ranee' 30 
mot. Grondporenh ore tatty Olonnon. Horthbrook; Woyna Stilplay, lound loka end 
Ooilene Shtotey, Woukagen." 0>eet-grendporenh ore Imme Shipley, Round loka ond_, 
Cryttw Wtwttemyer. found loka roth . 



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A rJaughter, aVooke,forien, wot born Ap/.l 7f ol Medicol Center ol loke County, liber- 
ryvilia. lo tobetl and, Honey f tonally, Gurnee. The boby hot one brothef. Rroaden, 4. 
Qr'o^pwanrronii'Mr^dnd Mrt.'FiencitJ. flohaity, Qlney. Mo ry tond; Mr, ond Mil. John. 
Coyna, Com.llut, N*-'.Giaot-g*ondmomaf it Anno R. Coyne, Syrocvte, N,V. and Mn. - 
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now a king. His kingdom is. 
not. in a far off land or on a ; 
secluded island. His royal 
court comes alive only in ( 
July to sing, to dance;- to do 
V battle in the streets. And it is 
. only a day's drive away. 
Edward Anderson's 
-kingdom is in Ozark Moun- 
tain. Country and he ,is . 
producer and director of the . 
King Edward Jtenai5SatT|ce_ 
~' Festrvar^very^e^end in 
July. It is now Missouri's 
only renaissance festival 
and it is the only renaissance 
festival in the nation to take 
place within, a living, tudor- 
style National Historic 
■ District. 

"The community or 
Hollister," Anderson said, 
"is unique . not only to 
Missouri, but unique to the 
region. It portrays an actual 
old English yillage, with ar^ 
chitecture -that represents,- 
Engfand of 400 years ago." . 
He continued, to say that his 
festival there will add 30 
Renaissance crafts and over 
60 costumed actors and ac- 
tresses to create an actual 
English village. 

Anderson, a graduate or 
Antioch High School and the . 
College of Lake County, went 
on to receive his master of 
arts in English Literature 
and that is where his interest 
in the Renaissance, period 
began, he said, "it was a 
rich age with much to offer 
the people then as well as 
now. Attending the festival 
here will be a wonderful way 
of escaping the 20th cen- 
tury." 

Huliistcr is located in the 
heart of the Ozarks, a sister 
city of Branson and Silver 
Dollar City, which is 
Missouri's leading tourist at- 
traction. "It's nothing for us 
to receive 100,000 visitors to 
this area in a weekend," An- 
derson said. "There's so 
much lo sec and do here in 
the lakes region, that a nor- 
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Ed Anderson,- a graduate of Antioch High and College 
of Lake County, enjoys surnmer-tjme diversion "os 
director of King Edward Renaissance' Festival, in 
Missouri Ozarks, a major tourist attraction. Anderson 
is general manager of a group of newspapers. He for* 
merly was on the retail advertising staff of Lakeland 
Newspapers. 



isn't enough. It's a place to 
come back to." 
The Ozarks appeals to all 

ages, he said, "and that's 
exactly what we will offer at 
the festival. Old English 
games for the kids and gour- 
met delights for those with 
their palate in mind." 

The King Edward 
Renaissance' Festival will 



run weekends in July from 9 
a.m. to 6 p.m. Tickets will he 
available at the gate, but Tor 
more information please 

vrite: Renaissance 
Festivals of Missouri, Inc., 
Rte. 1 Box 1255, Branson, 
MO 65616. 



A year-long celebration is 
now , underway- Jn : the 
Bavarian city of Augsburg 
• as history comes alive in this 
important commercial cen- 
ter on- Germany's famed 
Romantic Rd, ■ There are 
festivals, ispecial 

exhibitions, theatrical and 
musical performances, 'in- 
lernalionaL sports events, 
and other planned -. ha p: 
'penings of special interest to 
visitors— all in observance of 
Augsburg's 2,000 birthday.: 

The commemoration of 
the founding of Augsburg by 
*rthe Roman Emperor. 
"Augustus; 20 centuries ago, 
promises to be as exciting 
and colorful as the city's 
history and for the entire 
year guests from all over the 
world are invited to par- 
ticipate. 
The monumental cilyjiall, 
lone df- ; themost beautiful. 
Renaissance buildings in the 
world ajid^omptetelyrenop^ 
vated this year at a cost of 
about *6 million, js alJLhe 
heart of the events. The 
famous Gold Hall has been, 
returned lo its former 
resplendent glory and two 
major observances of the an- 
niversary program will be 
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when ira"des~ahd crafts^vere 
. f lourishi ng -in iihe "Gplden 
Age of Augsburg." A 
historical. . marketplace," 
parades of. craftsmen, per- 
formances by jugglers,™ in T : 
strels and singers, a carnival 
procession and m any o ther 
presentations will make the 
visitor feel as 'if. he or she 
were living in'lhc t7lh cen- 
tury. : 

-TJie other major event at 
the City Hall will be (he 
exhibition, entitled, 'The 
Romans in Swabta," from 
May 25. to Sept. 30, a vivid 
retrospective of almost 400 
years of Roman rule in this 
province. Within the 
exhibition will be spec- 
tacular archeological finds 
as well as many artifacts 
used in daily life. 

This city of 245,000 people 
is at the junction of two 
Alpine rivers; theLech and 
the Wertach, and less than' 
an >wur .from MunicJr by 
train or ca r. It's h is tory Is a 
diverse one. Not only was 
Augsburg a free city for 500 



ycars.^U- : was : the Holy < 
Roman Empire's financial^ 
center in the^ 15th and teuV 
centuries; It was also the bir-' ' 
thplace of the Diesel engirve 
in the late 19th century. 

Emperors and kings were 
often gucsu>. Wealthy and 
powerful merchant families 
-such-as-lhe Fuggcrs and 
Welsers founded empires 
that covered much of the 
world. The reforms of Mar- 
tin Luther were defended in "" 

Augsburg and IheConfession 
of 1530 became important to 
centuries of Protestants. 

The architectural styles of 
many periods havelefl (heir. 
mark on Augsburg in the 
form of magnificent 
buildings, quaint avenues 
and monumental fountains 
making the city a feasitbr 
the eyes as well as thq soul. 
;"Today, "Augs burg is . a 7 
skyline of comtemporary of- 
fice buildings rising above 
we - church spires which 
reflect the history of this 
great city. 



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Among major interests shown by 
vacationers is the background of a visited 
area. Travelers are sure to see places that 
-made history . .-:'• mostly romanticized, but 
sortie quite current . ; . and not always good. 
Frequently, rascals are more popular than 
heroes. Travelers may visit several locations 
in Wisconsin, Iowa, Illinois and Indiana, 
where, Al Capone or his underworld hen- 
chmen headquartered, set up a fortress, per-, 
formed some henious deeds ... or just hid out 
and fished;L6cal highlights, they call it. 

Nearby Danville, Illinois' announcement 

of the re-enactment of a Civil War battle 

r plcqued the historical curiosity and 

\ imagination of manyfWhy Danville? No bat- 

Ules of the Civil War were fought there. Yet, 

there are reasons. Danville is the only U.S. 

town having two local brothers as recipients 

of ^lhe Congressional Military Medal of 

Ho nor, the nation's highest valor, award.— ~ 



probably the best known! cilyra familiar 
name is the Mutual of Omaha Insurance Co 
with its famous "Wild Kingdom" connection. 
Nationally known Boys Town started there in 
1917 by Father Flanagan, to. give troubled 
youth an educational opportunity. Other in- 
terests for the traveler include Omaha's old 
town market, revitalized for specialty shops 
and eateries, such as , the . converted 
Firehouse Dinner Theater. Their Strategic 
Air Command Museum presents an in- 
formative air equipment display of acUvilies_ 

from WWII and thereafter, including space ._ c Stuck*l>aker . cars and two 
command flights. Nearby Platte River State Fairbanks-Morse diesel 
Park offers teepees; tents and cabins 
overlooking valleys "where the buffalo 
roamed." AK-SAR-BEN racetrack is a slate- 
supporting operation which- contributes 
needed emergency dollars. It's a tricky 
name . . . try spelling it backwards. As a 
destination for/early Chisolm trail cattle 



.Sunday, June 16.- is 

Railroad Day at, the Illinois 

Railroad Museum in nearby 

-Uninji, McHenry County; * 

f liis is a chance to ride, in a 
cabuosot puinp yourself 
along till a-hand car; and see 
historic equipment un- 
dergoing restoration. . 

An added attraction .oh 
June IC will be a display of 25 
antique Sluclcbakcr 
automobiles. Many 



'thru October. 

Upcoming- sj>eeiai events 

.include the .annual Trolley 

Pageant, on July* ancfSteam 

Week. • August : 4-1 1. _ The 

Trolley Pageant : is ■.. the 

largest operation of trolley, 

•'"street, and ,, electric- in-. 

. terurban . ears in the Mid- 



west. Steam trains will 
operate daily during lite first 
* w eek i n A ugust . .___„i^ . ^ iz 
A variable admission 
(more when diesels and 
steam run - fuel eosls> en- 
titles visitors to. unlimited 
rides on equipment 



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locomotives and the Penn- 
sylvania RR/Amlrak GGl 
electric locomotive in the 
Illinois Railway Museum's 
collection were styled by 
famous industrial ..designer 
-Raymond Loewy 




drives,- Omaha Vstill famous foril s fine ~ Tl?"'" l .!!y"? un .? ay ~y i ' 1 " 1 ?: 
foods, .restaurants and hotels to house 

business and vacationing visitors. *"■ '" 



Nebraskais a beautiful stale that mingles 
plains, sandhills, foothills, .winding rivers 
and mountains. Here' again, history crops up 
with It all. Call 800-2284307 for Tourism's in- 
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'.'. Community and church groups' who would 
like; to enjoy . a free, informative evening 
presentation that highlights the amenities of 
escorted motorcoach travel can - now 



Another reason, Vermillion County, in 

which Danville is located,' sent 2,596 CJivil 

War volunteer soldiers into the military. 

■ That was 12.5% of the total population. Also, 

Ward Lamon, the Danville Law partner of 

Abraham Lincoln, though born a southerner; 

; ^^ve jip_hia:conrederate_regimen^ entertainging speaker and slide 

. mand to become a bodyguard and confidante "show from Downers Grove-'based Mayflower 

of President Lincoln who considered Lamon Tours, Inc. 
Ii'the closest friend I have," These are a few .. We . V e found thatlfa a poplar way for 

rine depiction xiHife dunng the_ Civil War wt exa(Hly how an escorted motorcoach 

days . ; . not only military life, but civilian V acaUon works," says Maynower Tours Vice, 

culture as well. President Mary Stachnlk. ■;■--- 

It's estimated this year's festival at* 
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the well-staged, authentic production, ad- 
vance publicity and good weather, crowned 

. by the enthusiasm of over 1000 participants 
from many, distant locations. Commuting 
from Danville's Sheraton Inn to Kennekuk 
Park was an easy 11 mile trip. Cars, vans 

-and trucks parked everywhere. One fell the 
emotion during . the hour-long battle as 
shouting troops advanced and fell back, 
muskets banged, pistols popped and cannons 

roared. .... . 

It was a great display and will be again 
next year, For information, call Danville 
Ai-M Visitors B u reau. (217) 442-1887. 



Mayflower Tours travel presentations are 
followed by a bingo game which features 50- 
cent pieces as prizes. 

' Over 30 escorted motorcoach holidays 
throughout the U.S. and Canada are offered 
by Mayflower Tours. ~: 'v'V v> ??T' 

For more information on how to schedule a 
free travel presentation for your next church 
or community: group . function, contact 
Mayflower Tours, Inc., 1225 Warren Ave,, 
Downers Grove, II 60515, (312) 960-3430. „ 



examples of all major rail 
propulsion modes. A caboose' 
trahrandirslcam I rain wlli, - 
operate. Electric trolley and 
• street cars will be running. 
The Burlington Zephyr 
diesol train will operate, as it 
will each Saturday in Juno. 

A hand car can be ridden 
by. those willing to provide 
(heir own ; horsepower. 
Demonstrations of spike 
driving will be given and 
visitors will be allowed to try. 
t heir hand.' - 

Equipment not normally . 
open to the "public will be 
available for inspection., 
including the cab of a diesel 
locomotive and. the 
. opcral ing steam : engine. 
' Also open for the public will 
be Ihe^lcahT and cleclric 
. restoration shops where they 
can inspect the 'progress 
e ' being made lo restore u ivoi 
~steam!~ engine ~and^n~l 906" 
^Chicago- street- ear Jlo 
opcrulinn. 

Many pieces of equipment 
have been restored at" (lie 
museum and are operated on 
the four mile demonstration 
railroad mainline and the 
.. mite long trolley loop. 01 her 
portions-. (if the 200 piece 
collection arc displayed on 
over one mile of truck inside 
protective carbarns. The 
museum operates daily until 
Labor Day. and weekends 




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Old 'Studies' In Spotlight 

More than two dozen vintage Studebaker automobiles 
will be sharing the spotlight in display in Illinois 
Railroad Museum. Antique cars and electric 
locomotives share heritage that both were styled by 
famous industrial designer Raymond Lowey. .' ***' 




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- Carmel High School for 
;•; Gu-fe, Mundelein, presented 
awards to outstanding 
students at ? their Senior 
- Honors Day. Special awards 
presented include: 

Youth, of . ; the ;; Yeai* 
(Grayslake Exchange 
Club) : ' A my '£ Stahczak , . 
Gurnee. ... ■..'.._. 

Lake County 4-H Club 
Citizenship, Leadership and 
Communica tions A ward and 
• the ^TTJare~Ydu*» award: 
Susan Tekampe, Grayslake. 
First Place in the Veterans 
of - Foreign | Wars Essay 
Contest: Sonia .Waiters; 
North Chicago. 

Bausch & Lomb Honorary 
Science r -Award: :'". Maria. 
Kojic, Grayslake. 
Illinois Science Teachers 



Association Award: Teresa 

V-^o[^MimdeleiiL^: : ''- :; -A>. ~'< : 

'Society of . Women 

Engineers Awards: Amy 

Stahczak, Gurnee and Maria 

. Kojic, Grayslake, v 

Outstanding fStudeht-^pf 

Business Award: | Karen 

Schroeder, Ingleside. 

; In the College of Lake 

County Accountii^p Contest, 

ribbons were won by Wendy 

"Di ttmerv Ingleside jSrjd 

Patricia Foley, Round Lake. 

\ Certificates were awarded to 

\ Karen Schroeder, Ingleside 

and " Susan Tekampe, 

Grayslake. 

French . National Honor 
Society recognition: Maria 
Kojic, Grayslake and Sonia 
Waiters, North Chicago. . ' 
~Tn:-lbe: National Latin 



Examination, the Summa 

: Cum ; Laude 'awajrd (gold 

medal) was merited by 

Laiifa Panszczyk, ; Lin- 

denhurst A Maxima Cum 

Laude award (silver medal) 

was earned by Nana NUles, 

^Mundelem.;* t 

;The .',. following local 

students earned awards for 

;. their participation : in the 

-Speech CI ub:, Yvette 

■■ Freeman,- Grayslake; Adria 

Smith, North Chicago and 

Susan Tekampe, Grayslake. 1 

" Perfe ct Attendance for 

three years was maintained 

• by Jennifer Stefariiak, 

Round Lake. 

Perfect Attendance for one 
year was maintained by 
Patricia Foley .Round Lake; 
Victoria : Stingle, Lin- 



denhurst and 'Sandra 
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The following seniors have, 
been named Illinois State 
Scholars for 198MS: Anne 
. Bergman, Mundelein; Rosa 
: Caringeila, North Chicago; 
Maureen ■; ' Decker, 
Wauconda; Maria Kojic, 
Grayslake;: Laura Panszc- 
zyk, Lmde.hhurstT Tracr 
Schraml, Wauconda; Teresa 
Soppe, Mundelein; Amy 
Stanczak, Gurnee and Susan 
Sweeney, Mundelein. ■ V; 

.-- Valedictorian was Nina 
Jones of Waukegan. 
Salutatorian was Maria 

■ Kojic, of Grayslake. Colleen 
Kenny, Mundelein, received 
special recognition as an 

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scholastic honor society for 

I reshman students; v nasT' :l:A > 

imtiaUMl Dve local studehte^\L 

at the Unh««i^nr- nttio^niTr^r^rr7^: ~, J&grz."-:~-- 

Champaign. These students : -; Six area students were 

are: c V • _: ,; r among some 4£7l receiving 

John E; Dugenske, 5TO &&?^ 7 £^ *»'£"* 
Parkway, Ahtioch; John T. - v P s T t ^ a1 K^ w 5? J*?***** 
; Buggies, «34l"N^ Oaklane;^ ^W*^ j° jp^^ L °ca> 
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Timothy Y. Httoway. 3013 -l^^ ■ Ktibr&- ■Batis. 

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John M. T«ntauA;.3M75 Gehrmg. Gtayslake; DonaW 

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Members earned at least a fa^i^ l^Strlici; 
4.5 grade point a veragejxit L in den h urst; Robert James 
of 'a i possible rig- points^ Schulii^ BJcbmond '- and 
during their first one or two Ronald Ray - Alderfer, \ 

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6/13/85 

10:30PM CD — Ch 

Tonight - With. 
John Callaway 
FRIDAY 
• 6/14/85 

0:00PM CD — Symphonic 
Fantastlque: A 
Conductor's 
View Maestro Rt- 
cardo Mutl leads 
the Philadelphia 
Orchestra in per- 
! forming his own 

rendition of Hec- 
tor Berlioz' 'Sym- 
phonic Fantas- 
tique.' (60 min.) 

SATURDAY 
* ~ 0/19/89 

5;00PM — "Uttte Housa 
on the Prairie 

SUNDAY 
6/16/8S 

11:00AM O — Different 
Drummer The 
American South. 
as a tegion, is in 
the process of 
rapid change as 
social, economic 
and political 

lorces are creat- 
ing a different 
Dixie.' Narrated 
by journalist Tom 
Wicker. {60 min.) 

1240PM O - NBC Rail* 
glows Special: A 

tost History (CC) 

The roles, that 
women have 
played in the his- 
tory ol Method- 
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4-30PM O - Sports In- 
side Out Host 
John Tesh takes 
a look at sports 
." from a child's 
point of view. 

6:30PM O — Tatavtston- 

Our life & Times 

Jack Paar and 

Tony Randall 

_^_hosl_the Jtlalory 

of American lete- 

--rfsioh.-e program 

featuring clips 

from the most 

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shows ol the past 

' fo rty y ears, 

7:30PM OO — Fathers 
and Sent The re- 
lationships be- 
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and sons are ex- 
plored in this co- 
medy special. 

MONDAY , 

6/17/89 



9:00PM CD — Van Gogh m 
Aries: In ■ Bril- 
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emerged as a re- 
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that Van Gogh 
spent in Aries is 
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examined. (R) 
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9:00PM CD - Bettered 
Wives, Shattered 
— Lives (CC) The 

controversial is- 
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placed on the le- 
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with and the help 
available to vic- 
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,_ night With John 

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placed on the le- 
galities involved 
wilh and the help 
available to vie 
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sell Comedy 
Spec. Mark. Rus- 
sell takes a hu- 
morous look at 
current events. 

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a Storm The his" 



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The sixth annual Miss" Grays lake Pageant 
will be held .at 7 p.m. on Friday, June 14 
during Summerfest activities. ■'.. ' 

The, coordinator of this year's pageant is 
Priscilla Wemer of Prise ilia of Now York; i 

The Master of Ceremonies for Ihis year is 
comedian Joel Murray, brother of actor, and 
comedian Bill Murray. ^ \ 

't Prizes for the contest have been donated 
by many Grayslake merchants including the 

-Grayslake Area Chamber of Commerce and 
Industry, CHF Industries, Fish Bowl, 
Lakeland Newspapers, Parkway. Foods; 
Pritchard Jewelers, Home Federal Savings 
and. Loan, Market 'Journal, Grayslake 
National— Bank, Reed-Hill - Florist and 
Wolohan Lumber. 



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This year there are nine entrants in the 
Miss Grayslake contest. To enter. the contest 
this year the girls were required to be a Lake 
County resident and a six month resident of 
the .60030 zip code area; between the ages of 
16-21, single and never married, divorced or- 
had a marriage annulled, never had a child 
and must be willing to compete in the Illinois 

I Stale Fair Queen competition and represent 

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The "first contestant is Sandra McNorton, 

■ 17, daughter of Charlotte and Ron Welch. She 
is currently working at Mundelcin K-Mart 
and plans to get into secretarial work, Mc- 
Norton is a junior at Grayslake Community 

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Laurle Lee DeMeyer, 19, daughter of Lynn 



DeMeyer, is a- junior at Lewis; University. 
She plans to go* into medicine specializing in 
pediatrics. Currently DeMeyer works at 
Microseal in a clerical position.. She collects 
Cabbage Patch Dolls and is interested in 
dancing, music and children. She belongs to 
the American Cancer Society and is a coach 
for Warren Twp. girls softball. 

Sharyn MUler.17, daughter of Robert and 
Anita Miller, is a senior at Grayslake High 
School. She plans to attend the University of 
Wisconsin-Whitewater and would like to 
. major in recreation or a sports Held. Her in- 
terests include gymnastics, dancing and 
traveling. . _ ■ .-^ 

7" Cilia Bonfanti, 18, daughter of DelFtaye 
and Robert Bonfanti. currently works at 



Grayslake Pharmacy as a' pharmacist 
assistant .. She plans on attending the Univer- 
sity' of Platteville, Wisconsin. After college 
Bonfanti plans to enter into the airlines. d I 

Felicia Tinkes, 17, daughter of Bonnie and 
Olen Tinkes, is currently a senior at 
Grayslake High School. She plans on at- 
tending CLC and going into word processing 
or modeling. Her interests include com- 
puters, horses, swimming, jogging arid 
Spanish, v- ; V ; : , - - 
Marilyn Cox, is a. postal clerk at "the North 
Chicago Post Office. Her interests include;. 
square dancing arid traveling. _l_: .^i„ : ^J: . I 
Tina Marie Pesa re, _ 19. daughter pTTpny 
and Pot Pesare, is a sophomore at St. Nor- 
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ming, fishing and boating. She plans to even- 
tually open a boutique. 

"Peggy S. Lconowitz, 19, daughter of Jane 
and Joseph Lconowitz, is currently working 
at FNB of Highland Park as an adjustment 
clerk. Her interests include singing and 
skiing. She plans to eventually return to 
school lo earn her Certified Public Ac- 
countant degree. ' •• 
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A musical picnic is the 
setting for the 17th Spring 
Musicalc of Gerry Trader's 
.Choral Dynamics. ~if s 

From the opening number, 
"It's A Great D$y for q a 
Picnic" . lo the stirring 
patriotic tribute, "Fxecdom 
Isn't Free": bringing down 
the curtain, the 100-vqice 
chorus will present a variety 
of .musical numbers in: - 
eluding Broadway hits, 

popular show tunes, . con- . 

temporary and secular 
-pieces. 
- The show, will be at 8 p.m. 

each evening on Saturday. 

June 15 and Sunday, June 16, 



at tlie Libcrtyville, High 
School, Park 'Ave.; Uber- 

tyv'ilie. ' jv .* " 
-Traxler, who is in his 17th 
year of directing the chorus, 
has put together a show with 
16 choral numbers in- 
terspersed with special 
numbers by soloists, duets 
and ensembles. I ' 

Jerry Howard will be a 
featured dancer in. the 
. number "Embraccable 
You" while he and Carrie 
Putnam dance during the 
opening number./ 

Joan Smith will MC the. 

program. .: . v . -*-...: '-*-&-. ~LL 

The audience has an op- 



portunity to participate in a 
sing-along of old favorites. A 
novelty number lias the- 
entire intih's. _ section 
Vb«ain"inVMosquUoes.'' , 

The beach gang will assist - 
in the opening number and 
add . background for a 
number by John Leimcrt. 
"Standin" On the Corner." ' 

Tickets rare available " 
through choral . members, 
the Lake Zurich Women's 
Cluborattbedoar. 
, Gerry : Trailer's - Choral , 
Dynamics 'is' a not-for-profit - 
group and has raised funds . 
throughout the 17 years for 
local beneficiaries. 



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This -year's {Grayslake Summerfest 
Celebration- will be held on; Friday, June 14 
and Saturday, June 15 with many activities 
and laste treats ror'.Grayslake residents. , 

Summerfest will' begin on Friday, June 14 
with sidewalk sales and an arts and crafts 
fair being held from. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The 
. Grayslake Exchange Club will have a beer 
and brat garden. from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. A 
Center St. dedication will take place at 3 p.m. 
At 3 : 30 p.m. live music. will begin at the stage 
by "The End" until 5 p.m. V -'■'--. 

Frorri.4 to 8 p.m. a Taste of Grayslake will 
take place and the finals of the baby contest 
will he announced at 6:30 p.m\ At 7 p.m. the 
—Miss Grdyslake Contest will take placeat-the : 
stage; Joel Murray has been named as the" 
emcee. WXLC will have a live broadcast: 
from Ho 5 p.m. . . < 

Saturday* June IS has been designated as 
Pride Day. Once jigaina sidewalk sajejind_ 
an arts and crafts fair will" He held from 10 
a.m. to 6 p.m. along with the Exchange Club 
beer and brat garden from 11 a.m. toll p.m. 
-A Taste of Grayslake will be held from 4 to 8 
p.m. with a WXLC live broadcast from 1 v to 5 
pjn. . : . ' ■ 

. New, activities that will take place during 
Pride Day include a track and field meet. 
The meet, which will lake place at Grayslake 



'.High School at 10 a,m„ will, include mother- 
™, daughter and father-son events. 

A Pet Parade will be held from 1 to 1:45 
p.m., a True Value Grand Opening will be 
held from 1 to 4 p.m. with open houses at the ..'" 
Village Halt, Community Room, Police 
Dept, and Fire Dept. also from 1 to 4 p.m. 
", A bike parade will take place from 1:45 to 
2:30 p.m. and a watermelon eating contest is 
scheduled at Parkway. Foods from 2:30 to 3 
p.m. At 2:30 p.m. live music will begin at the 
stage with "Just the Two of Us" performing 
until 6 p.m. The hot air balloon ride drawing 
-will-take place al 6:30 p.m. at the stage. 

The Grayslake Library had hoped Jhe_ 



rernodeling would be complete in time for- 
Summerfest buRhe work is notlqui terconF 
plete. The library board '.js hopeful the 
Hbrair~wiir"reopen sometime 'during the 

week of June 17. r 'Jj\. 




Workers at. the library were completing 
the installation of carpeting in the origianal 
section last week .and were delayed a few 
days when they ran short and had to ordeTa 
few more yards of carpeting. 

Summerfest is sponsored by the Grayslake 
Area Chamber of Commerce and Industry, 
Village of Grayslake, the GDC and the 
Grayslake Park Dist. 



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Graysloke exchange Club members works on the Beer and Brats booth for 
Grayslake Summerfest Days. From left are Jim Matusek and Bob Kautz. The money 
earned fromt he booth will be used for the Exchange Clubs pro|ec»s throughout the 
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Anyone who has ever won 
dered what makes a sister or 
brother a .V.LS. .'(very im- 
-portant sibling) has never 1 
watched a toddler stand on 
his/her toes to peek in al the 
new addition to the family. 
To help that V.LS- adjust 



to the newcomer. Northern 
Illinois Medical Center again 
offers the Very Important 
Sibling classes oh June 30 al 
7:30 p.m: at N1MC. This 
class, which is normally 
scheduled for July, "is being 



given early to accomodate 

vacation schedules to insure 

that the siblings have .the 
best possible class. For 

reservati ons call the mater - 
nity department at (815) 344- 
5000, extension 3850. 



Taste Of Gra 

A Summerfest Addition 

Thisyear Summerfest promises to be filled Johnny D's will offer steamed clams with 
with, an array of good food. "A Taste of butter, oysters in the half shell and mini beef 
Grayslake" will be held from 4-8 p.m. on both, kobobs. ; 

Finally, Off Center Pizza will man a booth, 
in fronhof their shop offering pizza slices, 
Word of Mouth will offer Pizza Slices, Baby and three sandwiches, the ram, Bomber and 

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f AntMHh: Cdryn J. Mueller, ChrnnpheV .'■ 
Holrw. Am y J. Koll, Cocoa L Ho lt, ■ 
i H . Stanley. Croig A; Jamn. Crokj 
Jlo, Edward R. Bokihit. Jenniler A; 
Heidi L.Zurkh. Jail S, Molmai, 
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Twardy, Robin M. Werti . Dean A. Serkiel. 
Tommy Colthomei. -Peter M: Keillor, 
Keren t. KainvTodd M, Podlin. Sigtid E. 
Fentl. Mark 0. Kanfc, lava J. O.lichlager 
ondKimbailyJ.Hooth. ' '' . 
'.Fori .Sheridon; Mkhelle I; Ciaetaltkl. 
Terrte I . lawk end Robert O. ■ rod thaw. 
.. Fee lake:. Michael J..DakHu Kevin R. 
Co..' Michael J. Smith. Kelly 5, Kolod- 
ilofctok. fjnobeth K. Andecun.' Kurt M. 
Carlion,. Pout. R, Koonig. Steven J. 
Boomfield. Roger. M. Cogonn. Sondl J. 
Connerty- Joieph D, Diprlmo. Yvonne J. 
IwHoejejml Thomai A. Smith, 

GogoilokofBrodA.Hkonlnvui. - — 
, Gioytloke: Mkha»l D. Quocroli, -Oryen 
P. Stlriol. T'acy Jenten. Rkhard A. KoplorT 
Daniel K.", RocieR'. Chrltropher" While, 
Monko L. Valentine, Metitto J. Wollori. 
Rkhard S.-Bojjjti. -Tommy -J r - Wei lond. 
Sandra t. Godmel. Suited A. Nypoard. 
Jon. M. Ktuii; David tt; Walker; Ihe.A. 
Pluli , Mark A. T odd, flrion J. Ski nner, Jim 
J. Cerkwkl . Mohlon l.;Fri»f, Robin J 



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Wetlergoord. Keith I. MdcDohofd. Cheryl 
M. Clill Suion Sitelov* ond "Down M. 
. Hochey. , ' :. 

Greet take*: Troy L Thurmond. David I; 

. Iravll. 'Steven 1 .Pointer, Judy M, Graham. 
Michael I. - Gregory. Rutted M. Thome*. 
Danilo A. ling and Nolo J. Ciulo. - 
Guinea Grog W. Heme tall-,. Jimn I. 

.Valentine. Daniel "J,_ Zbyntkl, Kathryn J. 
Maikui. Stacy J, Butt, Debbi Ba'leldl. 
Murk I. Good.. Scott B. Lawrence, Sharon 
Mutchefc. Bruce C. William*. Daniel E. 
Sohchei, Deborah F: Elite. Thomai M. 
Goggln; . Jennifer Ctonlon, Ruth E. 
Sc'homburg. liia I. Manner; Lillian M. 
Cvitkavlc, Suian I. Hoy., lea R. Puhntr- 
mocher^PaulW. Deboer. Smart li Ska, 
Rhonda M„Ochuo Karen A. Welch. John 
W. Wabb. Sean M, Hawe.^Ted'D, 
Oaikolopo«lo»*ondlorlA.Gowe. 

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Geerf, David H.Fetikjon' Jr.. Foith L. 
P.iorv "Jornet A. Neubeth. Drama 
Gdliaipta.SheronG. Schlagman. Jam at A. 
Goronton. Rkkay I, Scou ond Regino M. 




Ikjhtloof. „ . " — 

Island Lake: Jill A. Daiamogan, Kim 
-Brumli.Jd ond Steven D.loHr.nlr. 

Lake Villa; Dawn" M. Smith. Krltio B. 

Stmonten,. Nkholot A. Novak. Kvnberly ! 

Ann S. Ph'llipi. Raberl t. Lkhaxk. louro A.. 

Buchholi. Korhy I . Scon, Rile A. Hovofka. 
. Mkht lie R. Glanari. J.oo M. Frilr, John S. 

loexhe. Kavin P.' Korom', Keilh R, Olian. 

Andrew C. Minghl.'Gayja I. Dewar. Brctn 

Gniadek. Angiolorn Sangpan, Mkhoel A. 
..Swoman. I no B. Swanian; Edward W. 

Sankpail. Diana . V. Bimn ond" Andy 

Wridhabai. 

lir>ri»nhuilt: Dorl.n. G. Sonlomoof. 

Angela M. Stickler. Undo I. Walker. Mark 

R. Damerritl, Mark C . Kondiio'a, David M. 
-Millar,- MkhaUa M. Miller.. Eiter V. 

Garrilien. Slav.n V. Finley, Jonel ' M. 
- Kearney: Daniel J: K wokT San diq c: 5 y l. •»." ' 

tynn K : Haye* and Kor alyn J. Rkhlar, 

' Mundetain: Vkloira D..Shipl.y. Gregory 

H- Oli»n..Kerin A. Vonlandoyt, Heidi E. 

Foritai Pamela J. Davit. Garald A. , 



Dewey. Edward 0, HukhJnien. Hodel S. 
Mooyah. eVuca E . HMiob, Lalney C Rfaio. 

OliVla . A. Korogorm«. Chriitina M. 

Coullav , John J. Nktanmal, Kurt M i Kkkey, 
. Daboroh I. Bareman'. Mkhoel. H. While. 
Mo>k| A. 'Backer, JannrlefJ.' Rartkvger; 
Balinda tanvpinen. -Kun A. Skonsnaa, 
tynna C. Kanney, Otrnline I. Arte, loura 
Peery. Sherrl Foe. Mkhoel K. Ford, Robaii 
Uhwol OndMkhoal WatU. 

.. Morih Chicogo: Gaorge E. Hedge*. Tarry 
Tannonl, Jenn'iftr t. Mundo, . Dole J. 
Kerkman, Kalharina Bobrowtkl. 'Judy L. 
Schuhf. David A. Boyka ond Kryifal A. 
Cowan. ' * 

Po.k City: Mor* E. Underwood. Juli e A.: 
Vikro. lounf. Afcrr land Suwnna John. 

Round Laka: Belh A.Moyboum. UAnne 

S. r'um.'ChOflat O. Pr.vl.y. Trinl G. 
S i it k U . Mor y • I- Co.- Haidi - K- Seklenr 
Pair kk> M. Tobin and Mkhoel J. Schulli . 

Round loka Booth: Angel D. Sthumperl.' 
Amalio J.. MamectohvElif obelh K. Cailion, 
Vkky 1. Sark). Lynn M. Hoyden/ Julie A. 



Dowton, Diona North riagal and Jotaph K. 
•Torok. 

Kou'hJ Lak.H.ighli: Sl.ph.n J. Crofr. 

Round loka Park; Kavin D. Cromptia and 
Stacey A, Foncher. 

Spring Grove: Sharon M, Harrh) ond 
Korhy J, Gro.nWig.r, 

Wodi worth: Robin E. Thompson. 
. • Wouconda: Joan M, Zocharlai, Dougkti 
■ May, .Jamei S. Omliton, Collaan M. 
Hough. Ukhoal S. Kenny'.- Bill S. Riachari. 
Jona M. Hemp, K a* lean V. Lea. Cathy A. 
Curl,, David W. Sporaclo. Kevin J. Rund- 
rm. Sharry I. Pal.lla. Eileen 
Ronald M. Ebban, Mkhoel J. 
Maureen Popke, "Scan P. 
Dowall. Jonica M. Kaogle. Joonn E. Arondt 
ond Jooorhon Biadarnaiar. - 
' WikdwDod.' Laura B. Brodlay, Beltyroa A. 
.OUjcoJc-Mkhoer U- Millar -Rob.rf-W. 
Wail, Hanry J. Slob.. Lyndo L. Fottar, Jon 
M. Owen, Sfevon V, Poianolo. Daniel L. 
Vonarden, Sabatta L_eWyer, Suphe n R. 
Hohn and Loura Vorthoacko; 

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ikeland area students 
-will graduate ; from 
lege of Lake County, this 
Sr include: *- 

boch: nlorxy^. Btanchelta; Jartnitar 
"i, Tommy Caiinomar, Barnadina , 
.louro A. Default*. Julia K, EUii, , 
I.D. Fechmar, Bcxbora Gatiakowiki. 
flic. Mory 1. Hogu*. Amy J. Hah. 
,'Johruan. Cotharlne M, Konoble. 
A. . Knution.-Borboia A.'Malane. 
Mutlin, Palrkio Oilithlagar. 
'op.. Karen Paftahki, . Krhili' My 
i. Cynihm M. Regan. Patrkktfl, iS 

l.-Joyie M, Srlvttln. Tomoro.l. 
Kurt (. Stohl, Carolyn H. 5ior»i.y , 
giart I. StoiBwd." Johorivon M, Stroharf. 
eean-Stnkl. Jeltory I, Turk, Janice /M. 
Sandra J, York ond Haidi t. Zurkh. 
Fori Shofldan: MkheOe I.. Oatiahhi. 
A. Hogaman, Davk) A, Keadleton. 
ihew J . Miliar and Jernei J . Robinton. 
Fo.leAei'JohnR.noialey.Ka.^J.BIue. 
a J, Cunnlnghom, Jotaph D. 
lamae A: Elliott. Glenn M. 
Paul R. Koenig, Sharon L. 
.".'jlaoft A. Ikncomb end Kevin I. 



, ■ Grayilbk'a/'Wildwood/Gagat loka! - 
Stephen M.* lAndetton. - Eluobath -B«*v- 
dinalll. Steven J," Bodrljch. Louro B. 
Bradley, Karen. E..Bronkey. Fontr M. Ch- 
mura.Jocquelyn E.'Clemant, Gregory Gi 
C order. ' Emman P. . Dogeni, Jalayne 
Dogent. Jill J. Daderkh. John J. Donahue, 
WJhom M. Dorltar. Kathleen M. EUbury. 
Jennifer I. Frehrn v Brian F:Frederiktan. 
Mohlon t. Friii. Sendro I. Godmai, Dawn 
M.'Hochey: Virginia E. Homel. Rob.ri C. 
Honk mi. Jaieph T. Hill. El, i ob.it. j. Holt. 
Tjone M, K.ui*. Kori A.'Kriueger,' Penelope 
■ J: 'tawrance. Kevin. C, Lowe, louro AT 
iKiofc, Dovglai W. Macbeth. Kalth T. 
Mac Donald, Kelly A. McKevett and Teresa 
Mocklay-Siaplef. ■ - 

Vkttel M. Mauler,. Mkhoal. I. Miller. 
Oiono L. Mitchall, Mate D. Moto, Kor in' I. 
Nahofl,' Deborah, J., Nieon, Beltyroa A. - 
Oi. r afc. tVuc. M. Oiterbetg. Jon M. 
Ovran. S«a«n V..Paloitolo. Williom M,"" 
PaWrten, Pairklo I . Petry.Nancy A. Plou . 
Undo S: Prorha,. Mkhoel D. Quarreli.' 
John M. Raia. tondyM. Ramirai, Morkf. 
Ragnaf. Laura' Schcppen, .Robert E,, 

SchUhlanmy.r. Jen* A. Schotonui. Ckidf 
i,' Showahaf . Satan Siielove. let ha S. 
Soramen, Jerome Swplei. Chorlei B. 
Tnylov.li, John E. Tletney. Mark A, tn-W 



Tony Trevithkk, Monka L. Valentine.' 
Vktoria" -A. Vohatek. Mo'y M. Von, 

.Bfuanchenhaln, Dawn M. Wandt. 
Chritropher WhitaandKimberly A.Zinrer. ' 
Great Lokat: Rondol A. Car'r. Shirley J. 
Ellilrill. Judy M. Graham. Leah A. Hinkla. 
Dowglot M. Hockenbarry. Johonnoh I. 
Hubberi Rkhord D. Martin,- Cindy L. Mc- 
Coy. Ckenloca'E. McLaughlin. Erik R, Mali*. 
leroh I R.illy, shoyion H. Sch'od. Eliiobalh 
A. Smith,, Evelyn C: Sfonley, Robert A, 
Street, Gfciio_J^Siuim,Jrpy.L. .Thurmond 
and Davki I. Travi*. 
Gumee: Chrnten'C. Adolph. Honey A. 

'AlaioN. Jodina C. Allan. Manya A; A mat I. 
Debbi Bort.ldi. Cleanoc C. Ballon. Noncy 
M. Bantinger. Juanna M. Comtek. Foya E. 
Chote. Dione P. Coke. Eliiobelh A, Daley, 
Tad D. Dotkalopaubi, Paul W. Oaboder. 
Chrri Da'ilarbach. Jana E. Fitiiimnvom. 
Mik. A. Cowe,,. Dorothy Oral. Jell E. 

'Graham, Diana I. Hall. Penny I. 
Hongebrouck, tuton L. Hayi, Rhontlo S. 
Hailar. Soon M. How*. Daniai t. Howell 
ondRobertD, Hudvon. 
, Lore t, Koibot. Kathryn J. Morkui. 
Catherine H. McMonut. Suion Miller. 
Raynoldo Monlamoyor. Rhonda M. Ochoa. 
Kevin I, , Papvndkk, Jane E, Porker. Robert 
t. Ponce.' Daniel E. Sanchei.- Clarence D. 



Schnadl, Sutan L, Ska, Philip J. Toporek, 
Raymond B.'Underba'rg.' Todd Washburn, 
Bruce C. William). Hor ley B. Yodat; Daniai 
J. ZbynikiandBorboro A.Zinck. . 

InglalkJa: i^ilaan E. Adamt; Robert S, 
Aka.' Morel .Brown. Batty J. Cummingi. 
David A. Drdlo. Ranald J. Ehredl, Debar oh 
A. frail Jomai A, Cert. .Graig T. 
Glauter. David J, Kanaiia. Linda A, Mc- 
Naillir, Gaorge C, Naydol. Lkida Plaridarl, 
Mary T , R igoni. Vktar A. Rtgon I, Shoron O . 
Schlagmon. Joteph M. Schulpp. Shelly A. ' 
SmjeS, Tamora J. Taylor, lari L. Ullbarg, 
Da r e n e O l Vycilol a nd Stephen P. Wyiockl. 
hland lake: Dona R. Coil ilia. Kailh C. 
Chmelor. Ltndg A,' Koulmcrn, Slevan 0. 
LohranrtandGlannA.Zara, ■ 

Lake Villa/llndanhuril: Edmund W. 

Bi.tr.hke, Georgeann F. Booth. Micho.IT. , 

Burda. Jonal B. Concian, Jomet W." Cor- 

panler, Jean. M, C<hoti, Timothy S. 

" Damatoi Garry >."" Doyton, Palrkio L. 

Dutkin, SkevenV. Flnlay. Dannn J. Ftkvdla. 

Jean M. FtheJ George' GUIitond, Jom*» «. 

Hollbaig, Pattkia Harper. RHe A. Havorka, 

Loui-te A. Jilly. Jmaph D.Koata: Jonet M. 

Kearney,. Haalhtr A. Kem, Raiemori* 

Klrwon. Cheryl A. Klein. Tenolhy M. 
KoelMf, HoOy D. Korv*. Horn C. Kuehn.*, 

Jill K. Lorkin. Reno 1. Lynn. Richard W. 



Lyon. Kenneth E, Martin, Jaffray Mortal 

ond Mark M.Muhr. ' - ■ 

Joonn C. Mail. Kelm'R, Olten, Kimbarly 
Ann Philfipi. David M, Ouinn, Oebotah M. 
Riadlingar. Roiemory J. Riot. Angiutuin 
Sartgpan, Jaonna M. Soulmon, Daniel 1, 
Schloti.r , Tommaro Schutenburg. Kothy L. 
Scott, Robert G, Savik. Maigerel M. - 
Sevaika. Kathryn J. Siedlackl. Krltta B. 
Simonian, Jon E. Soraman. William 
Sfwrkman. Daniia R. Urban, Palrkio A. 
Voctlrk Philip Vanomarongan, linda L. 
Wolkar. Andy W. Wildhobar. Chary! I. 
Writi, Donna D. Wrili, Lailey R. Yaalon 
ondDovidJ.Ziallina. ' 

Mundalain: Deborah l. Baleman, Don A. 
Brntol. Dorothy M. Brown, richord I. 
Citrhdaning, Chrhtine M. Coulter , Crakj T. 
Coull.r. Ke» ry A:- Damlkt. Robert ErOoy.l;-- 
Thomai R, Ear lay, Thomai E. Eby . Patricia 
A. Enevald, Pamaki J. Euan, ftrkkor M. 
Flatchar. Kathryn C. Fotd. Tina I, Foite, 
Todd F. Gadd*. Joonn Hayi, Edwerd D. 
Hutchirnon. JaHray P. Jomai. Rkhord B 
Jahnten, Keith A. Kotochmoi. Eknet M. 
■.Win , Balinda lompmn, JlUyion M. Laps. 
Fradatkh T . laHart. Ltaa M. loka. Dorothy 
f, . long. Andrew J. lixkow and Robert C 
Lund, 
Terrene* S^Marwikh/ Mary T. Mc'GiM. 



Mary B. Mitchall. Potrkia J. Mroi, John J. 
Midanlhol.'jill I . Nowock. Jarold M. Over. 
Tan I. Ph.llipt, Sharon L. Ryan, VktokeD, 
Vnpley. Philip Mi Sfambal. Steven Si.it, 
Terrle A, Siattt. Kurl A. Skaronea.SlevaM. 
Slodt. David A. Sundell. Mkhoal F. Ton yon. 
Eliiobalh A. Villlloe. Gory J. Vagal. Judith 
), Volkanlng o nd M < h.le L. Wilek. 

Noith'Chkago: Robin L. Clark, Anni. I 
G Ian. Dawn M. Greenlee. Kortie Jock ton. 
Gory B. Jomai. Dale J. K.tkmon, Karen M. 
lokii, Vonejto Maylleld. Gwandolyn rl, 
Moore, W.llia L. Malon, Jeonnine S. Molt. 
Steve P. Nadtlko. Mkhoal A. Nayrinck, 
Ellon 0". Norman. Peter J. "Ornalok. 
Charlane ^Partanon, Polrke F. Patry, 
Judith 1. Rhtow, Judy- Schulli, Rutveil A. 
Ten nam and Noreen Weill. 

Po7k~City: louii F. Albert. Cindy T. 
Davit. Gattaviave G. Miliar, Elmer Schmidt 
ond Mark E . Underwood. 
Richmond: Elian T.Hotkin. 
- Round Lake: Jotaph Andrtekzak. 

Jacquilina. I. Binklay, Solly J. Boatey. 

Melody Brown, Roger L. Butch, Robert I. 

Cataanon. Staven Cohan, Chriiiirva J. 

Darioh, Lillian A. Domalat. William En 

lanbochar. Laanord, C. (wen. Wltleaa J. 

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premier' Boys Stale to be* 

held, at Eastern Illinois 

University June a-15;. 
Randall C. , Keidel, from 

Grayslake Community High . 

School, will be the student 

sponsored this year. 
PrjemieV Boys State is a 

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for training in the functional 

aspects of citizenship. 
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posterity the principles of 
justice, freedom and 
■democracy. 

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American j form of govern- 
menl is fundamentally good, 
that its duration has demon- 
strated -its usefulness and 
that. all it demands is on in- 
telligent and interested, 
-citizenry — and- a— cleanr 
honest, — impartial ad- 
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assigned to purely mythical 
federalist and nationalist 
parties. The citizens par- 
ticipate in choosing -city," 
county imd^, slate officials, 
from Alderman to Governor, 
in accordance with regular 
election procedures. 

These officials are In* 
structed injhe duties of the 
offices, "whether executive, 
I egisjati veor^ judicial_ajid .in. 
citizenship practice periods,' 
perform -the -functions- of 
government. T he con - 
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The needs of the older 
voman in Illinois will be 
imong the concerns 
jiscussed by the 1 Illinois 
£ouncjj on Aging at a 
lecting . in Springfield on 
Tiursday, June . 13, ac- 
brding to chairman Willard 
fc Rasmussen, of Park 
rfge. Scheduled ; from 9 
i.Jo3:30p.rnrat the Stale" 
louse Inn, 101 East Adams" 
fSt., the meeting is open to 
! I he public. _, 



'Because there is 

pislurbing evidence in- 

licatlnglhat the plight of the 

folder, woman in Illinois* is 



extremely serious, the 
Illinois Council on Aging will 
discuss the possibility of 
forming a special task force 
to study how iheir physical 
and financial needs can and. 
should be addressed," said 
Rasmussen. 

Other agenda items ; in- 
clude the introduction of the 
governor's - new^ppointees 

' to the council, : aTpfcscntatibh 
outlining plans for the 1986 

jy.at.c_Plari.on Aging, and an 
update on the Department on 
Aging's role : - - on a 
mult i disciplinary task force 
that is expected to focus on 
l fin nm>Hs of Alzheimer's 



victims and their families. 

The luncheon speaker will 
be a representative from the- 
: Illinois DepL of Revenue, 
who will explain the new 
Pharmaceutical Assistance 
Program that begins 
operation on July 1, 1985. 

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-'- Director Janet S.\Otwell of 
Jhe. Illinois Dept.. of Aging 
will also be speaking during 
1 the meeting and will cover 
- recenr "departmental " ac- 
tivities, including a 
statewide initiative designed 
to help seniors avoid being 
victimized by fraud and 
other con games. - 



Chevrolet Nova Debut - Doug Rockenbach (left) of Rockenbach Chevrolet, 
Grayslake, is greeted by Robert W. Starr,' Chevrolet Motor Division Ge neral Sales 
Manager, while attending Chevrolet Nova Dealer Announcement meeting in 
Fremont, Calif.. Nova, product of the joint venture company formed by General 
Motors and Toyota, New United Motor Manufacturing, Inc., is being built in 
Fremont. The five-passenger, front-wheel drive notchback sedan, goes on sale in 
major middle-U.S. metropolitan areas on June 13. 




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Foi(»f."" William Fqiay. Slayan. J-.' Fool*. 
Undo S. Gutth. loan M. Giatngar. Maik 
JM.GroKhapt,' lovtrrv* H. HaWay, Bonni* 
M . H om ill on . Richard E , Har I it ; R ob« r 1 rj A. , 
Holm. Jo A. Hopk mi . Hoi lay A, jocobwn, 
Dolaiat M Koumm. Carol J. Kam-. 
N<olailaP.Kyla.B»vtily lonbarg Pokmhj 
P. fteCanj. , Dx>n* . A. Nouar, Dion* 
NoAWgal,' Barbara A,Po!ma« ond Money 
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Mkhoal I'. Purfttl. Joy M Rau Leonard * 
R«vello. Difk A. * Rtgtby. Diana M. 
Roballord. Jul.»d. Schlo.m.r Kriilal L. 
. Schratk. Daw M. Schrailali, Rob«n E 
- SchutX. Haidl K. S.-dtn. Civilly U. Shot'iM. ' 
lau-.. A, Stwrilf. Cwfg* J. Sll.nKka. 
Robm C. Sloan, Edgaf N. Smilh, Sandra C 
IhotcKvi . Jot«l K. T<Hok. Mary A. Wolhar. 
Jolm M. Wolth. Joy K. Wollh. Jock C. 
Wrlliamt. Judith A. Will. Jon* Dicnrx Votk 
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Mod«T»n»A. SkvOfC* 
Wodiwofth: Lito A. Bock. Oavki I 

Enlow, CfOtg J. Fo». Irta R. Murphy. OiKl 

L. Nval and Robin E. Thompton. 

" Woucoodo Joonn i. AfOnaS, EIIoot M. 

Barnoi. Rann t. Biota; JoncrrtScm A. 

Binnai, Kanh O Cho*b,n. V'Ktorko I. 
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8/13/85 

7:00PM O — • -Shooting 
Stirs' (CC) Two 
TV detectives are 
forced to enter 
the real world al- 
ter they are lired 
from their series. 
Billy Dee Wil 
liams. Parker 
Stevenson. Fred 
Travalena. 1983 
(R) 

ll:30r>M O — The Baby- 
maker* A young 
woman accepts 
the job of giving 
birth to a child by 
the husband of a 
barren wife. Bar- 
bara Hershey. 
Scott Glenn. 

Jeannie Berlin 
1970. 

O — The Odessa 
File' A German 
journalist comes 
into possession 
ot a lis I ol Nazis in 
hiding and vows 
to bring them in 
before they can 
start World War 
III Jon Voight. 
Maximilian 
Schell. Maria 

Schcll 1974 

12:15AM O - Stage- 
coach* A group ol 
people traveling 
m a stagecoach 
are faced with an 
Indian uprising 
John Wayne 

Claire Trevor 
Thonus Mitchell 
1939 
FRIDAY 
6/14/85 

7:00PM Q — •EvU-IJnder— 



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the Sun' Hercuie 
Poiroi mvesti 
gates murder at 
an exclusive Ad 
natic Sea resort 
Peter Ustinov 
James Mason. 
Maggie Smith 
1982 
B:O0PII O - 'Inci- 
dent at Cres- 
trtdge' A woman 
campaign* - for 
and wins an eiec- 
, tion as sheriff in a 

crusade -against 
the political cor- 
ruption of a small 
town. Eileen 

Brennan. Pernell 
Roberts, Bruce 
Davison 19 Fit 

10:30PM O _ •Super- 
dome" T he Su per 
Bowl game ~ is 
threatened by a 
silent killer. David 

Janssen. — Donna - 

Mills. Edie 

Adams 1978: 



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CD — 'Five Golden 

Hours' A profes- 
■ sional 'mourner' 
who consols wi- 
dows, teams up 
with a beaut ilul 
baroness in a 
swindling ' 
scheme. Ernie 
Kovacs. Cyd 
Charisse. George 
Sanders. 1961. 

11:30PM O — 'Mystery on 
Monster Island' A 
shipwrecked 
sailer battles 
monsters and 
cannibals as he 
searches for a 
fortune in gold. 
Peter Cushing. 
. Terence Stamp. 

SATURDAY 

6/15/85 

11:30AM O - /Streets Of 
Laredo* Two out- 
laws who join the 
Texas Rangers to 
escape the law. 
discover they like 
being on the side 
ol law and order. 
William Holden. 
MacDonald 
Carey. William 
Bendix 1949. 

€0 — Tiger's 

Claw' An adv«rv 
lurer roves the 
country honing 
his Kung Fu tech- 
nique, obsessed 
with the idea ol 
challenging the 
best fighter m 
-China Chin Long 

1:00PM _ -True Grlf 
Rooster Cogburn 
battles injustice 
while contending 
with a prim 16- 
year old girl bent 
on reforming 
him VILuittn- 



kingpins. Jack 
Lord. . Shirley 
Knight. Mercedes 
McCambridge. 
1968. .. 

CD — 'Bless the 
Beasts end Child- 
ren' Six boys, 
considered mis- 
fits from a boys 
camp attempt to 
stop the' sense- 
less slaughter of 
a buffalo. BiHy 
Mumy. Barry 
Rabbins. Miles 
Chapin. 1971.. 

8:00PM © — Eart of Chi- 

-. .— cago-A Chicago 

gangster • is 
traced as an En- 
glish Earl entitled 
to a fortune. Rob* 
ert Montgomery. 
Edward Arnold. 
Reginald Owen. 
1940. 

O — The Venge- 
anew of She' A 
young girl is lured 
from the South of 
France to take 
part in a cere- 
mony to resur- 
rect the Kuma 
Queen. Olinka 
Berova, John Ri- 
chardson. Ed- 
ward Judd. Golin 
Blakety 1968. 

10:30PM O — '.Car Wash' 
This hip comedy 
is about a day at 
the Deluxe Car 
Wash in Los An 
getes where a 
number of cra/y 
characters pass 
through George 
Carlin, Richard 
Pry or. The Poin- 
ter Sisters 1976 

ffi — The Elimi- 
nator* 



ndl and Gilbert 
Roland. (1933) 

1:00AM © — 'Cash 
McCair A young 

financial genius 
becomes inter- 
ested in aplastics 
company, and re- 
news his rom- 
ance with the 
owner's daugh- 
ter, James Gar- 
ner.' Natalie 
Wood. Nina Foch. 
1960. v 
2:30AM O - The Red 
Tent* A guilt- 
ridden general re- 
lives the disas- 
trous Arctic expe- 
dition he led 40 
years before. Pe- 
ter" Finch. . Sean 
Connery, Claudia 
Cardinale. 1971 

SUNDAY 

6/16/89 

12.40PM © ~ 'The Caddy 1 
A riot before a big 
golf match ends 
the careers of the 
players. Dean 
Martin, . Jerry 
Lewis. Donna 
Reed. 1953. t 

2:00PM © _ They Went 
Thet-A-Way and 

That- A- Way- A 
" couple of incapa- 
ble cops are sent 
to prisort to un- 
cover stolen loot. 
Tim Conway, 
Chuck McCann 
1978. ' j 



11:30PM O — The Mortal 
Storm' Tragedy 
strikes a proles- 
sor's family In 
Germany during 
Hitler's rise to 
power, 

MONDAY 
6/17/89 

8:00PM Q — •Re- 
membrance of 
Love' (CC) Two 

teenage Jewish 
lovers, believing 
the other died in 
World War II. 
meet again 3S 
years later at a 
Holocaust— reu- 
nion. Kirk Doug- . 
las, Pam Dawber, 
- "Robert Clary. 
1982. 

— 'Jamaica 
Inn' Part 1 A 
beautiful young 
woman discovers 
the dark secrets 
surrounding the 



Jamaica Inn. a 
haven for ship- 
wreckers in 19th 
century England. 
Jane Seymour, 
Patrick McGoo- 
han, Trevor Eve. 

- TUESDAY 

. 6/18/85 

8:00PM O © - Ttt* 
Other Victim' 
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gles with his emo- 
tions alter his 
wife has been 
raped. William 
Devane, Jennifer 
O'Neill, James 
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6/19/89 

740PM Oti_ -Calam- 
ity Jane' This 
drama traces the 
courtship of Mar- 



tha Jane Cannary 
and Wild Bill ' 
Hickok. which re 
suits in the birth 
of a child that Bill 
doesn't want and 
Jane can't pro- 
perly care for. 
Jane -Alexander, 
Frederic Forrest. 
Ken Kercheval. 
1984. 



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Wyalf Earp and 
Doc Hothday Take 
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Henry Fonda. 
Linda DarnelL 



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6/13/65 

6:30PM* _ 

League Baseball: 
Chicago Cubs at 
Montreal 

9:30PM © - Major 
League Pa s sha f t: 
Chicago Whit* 
Sdi at California 

10:30PM O - U.S. Open 
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1:30PM 



7:00PM 



Oates. Lisa Pcli 
kap. Lee_ Meri- 
wether 1978 

O — 'Abbott and 
Costallo In It 
Ain't Hay* A 
champion horse 
is mistakenly 
given away Ab 
boll & CosleNo. 
Eugene Pallette 
1943 

© — The Man 
with X-Rjiy Eyes' 

A doctor, seeking 
to increase the 
seeing power of 
the human eye. 
decides to test 
• his serum on his 
own eyes. Ray 
Milland. Diana 
Van Del Vils. John 
Hoyt, 1963. 

m — The Coun- 
terfeit Killer* A 
cop with a shady 
past -goes under- 
cover to expose a 
group of mob 



1045PM O - 'Prisoner In 
the Middle' An 
American army 
officer . on leave 
in Israel, is called 
upon to defuse a 
nuclear warhead 
accidentally iclti 
sorted near the 
Israeli-Jordanian 
border. David 
Janssen. Karen 
Dor, Christopher 
Stone. 1976. 

11:30PM (D - Husbands' 
Three middle- 
aged men go on a 
drinking binge af- 
ter a mutual 
Iriend dies. John 
Cassavetes. Pe- 
ter Falk. Ben Gu- 
tara.1^70. 

12,30AM O 'Aftsf-Tc- 

nlght* A feminine 

secret service 

a gent operates in 



Victor Mature 
1946 

500PM €8 — Skyjacked' 
A deranged ve- 
teran skyjacks a 
plane and de- 
mands . to be 
taken to Russia 
Charlton Heston. 
Yvette Mimieux. 
James Brolin 
1972 

7K>0PM ©©-T.I.S.T." 
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ter Stallone. Rod 
Steiger. Melinda 
Dillon. 1978. 



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6/15/65 



• SPORTS • 



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York Yankees 
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Oakland Hills 
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Birmingham, -Ml. 
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cago Cubs 

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mily tradition and 
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[Linden Plaza;: merchants 
want to help their customers 
honor the head of the family, 
Dad, with a special gift just 
for him "on ' Father's, day, 
' June 18. _ .,:_:•, .■<■...'. "....'"".."' . 

Ben Franklin, always in- 
terested in .saving the' 
customer money, Is offering 
special discount coupons on 
various Jovan and Revelon 
after-shave products. 

The variety store's gift 
department is chock-full of 
many specialty items that 
will tell Dad just how much 
he ; fa loved, . v There is a. 
variety of mugs for him to. 




use at the office and at home, 
and some of those most- 
masculine shaving mugs 
that have , regained 
popularity of late. 

If Dad does the fa mily bar- 
becuing all his culinary 
needs can be met at Ben 
Franklin. And if gardening is 
his hobby, there's a tool for 
every green thumb as well 
as ; . comfortable portable 
lawn chairs for Dad to rest 
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What man doesn't love to 
putter with his car? U-Save 
Auto Parts can fill the biU for 
Dad in this category since it_ 
carries. parts for most late 



model cars, including the all- 
important chassis . ' aand 
ignition parts, . 

There are .chrome Wheel 
nuts and motor dress-up kits 
to spiffy dad's Jalopy up, as 
well as -a long list of. auto 
assessories'such as. license 
plates frames, splash guar- 
ds, seat covers, compasses 
and seal consoles. 

"If Dad didn't like flowers 7 
he wouldn't send as many as 
he does," said Flower Hut 
owner, Roger , Rei ling , 
negating the misnomer that 
one only sends flowers to 
ladies. •■ 

The Flower Hut suggests a 



nice plant for Dad's desk or 
place of business, such as a 
dish garden, a cactus( rough 
and ready), or a growing 
green thing in a duck planter 
or one of the many attractive 
mugs available at the 

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• Now that video fa in, and 
Dad of course keeps up with 
the latest, Four Star Video 
suggests the rental of a VCR 
and one of his favorite 
raovies(free with the rental) 
for him "16 i enjoy on bis 
special day. 

If Dad already has his own 
VCR, why not buy him extra 
blank tapes for his own use, 



or how about giving him a 
copy of his favorite movie so 
be can watch it anytime be 
wants to. 

Dee's House of Pets, 
owned by the Gross family, 
Nancy, Corky and Jeff , also 
offers special prices on gifts 
for Dad. There will be 25 per- 
cent off on a California King 
Snake, 20 percent off on an 
Orange-Wing r~ Amazon 
.Parrott, assorted special 
values on tropical fish and a 
gift certificate for-the hard 
to please, ---- : 

The Dandi Pet Care Cen- 
ter, the cleanest and most 
modern grooming facility in 



the area, suggests giving , 
Dad's favorite pet, a; 
professions! grooming. *• 
' The center fa offering free \ : 
nail clipping, one free day of 
board with every boarding 
stay of seven days or more, - -'" 
and gift certificates for boar- 
ding and grooming are 
available. 



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' If one player stays up while the other is 
bad, you get away with it if the other team is 
doing the same thing. But if you want to have 
more fun, : more action and. play 
aggressively, then come to the net, . . : 
: There you can put more pressure on the op- 
ponents by limiting .the area in which they 
can pass. If your return is low and placed 
fairly well, it will be extremely difficult for 
them to get a ball past you. Under these 
same circumstances, unless they, are ex- 
ceptional lobbers, their lob will fall around 
the service line giving you the opportunity to 
smash, r 

Picture one. up and one back. These two 
players are so far apart that the court -is 



literally open to the opponents. You have to 
dose the .court to the opponent and you do' 
that by working as a team, side by side, near 

the net. '■,-.'-,.-, 




If you and your partner always move in the 
same direction as the ball, you will always be 
approximately 12 feet apart from each other. 
In this position, you are only leaving a small 
part of the court open. No one can con- 
sistently hit there - you and your partner can 
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, After 35 years of dedicated military duty, Subject al- 
service. to the students, tended Western Illinois 
parents, and staff of University. In June,. 1950^ be 
Grayslake Community High received a Bachelor's 

-SchoolrP:P:SrDirectorPaul— Degree— with— majors— in- 
"Pete" Subject, one of the mathematics and ac- 
most successful coaches in— counting,— as— well— as a 
Northwest Conference Master's Degree in ad- 



history, will retire at the end 
of the current school year. 

Pete, who joined the high 
school staff as a 
mathematics teacher in 
1950, has decided the time is 
right to "retire from 
education. Starting next 
year, he plans to spend 
about half his time helping 
his partners, operate Lakes 
News Service, while spen- 
ding the 'remaining time 
traveling and enjoying- his 
grandchildren. 

Subject was bom and 

raised on a farm in rural 

Marion, the eighth in a 

family of eight children. He 

graduated from Marion 

Twp. High School in 1941 

before enlisting in the Army 

Air Corps. He served in the 

8th Air Force in Europe as a 



-bombardier-navigatorrSub= — teen-years 



ministration. It was Pete's 
experiences on the farm as 
well as his - military ex- 
periences that helped mold 
him into the hard-working, 
dedicated, innovative 
educator that he became. 

From - a one-person 
mathematics department in 
1950, Subject was appointed 
part-time Guidance Director 
in 1958. His insights into 
education's direction in the 
pupil services area, as well 
as his planning of special 
programs and total com- 
mitment to the students, led 
to the establishment of a full- 
time guidance department 
and his eventual ap- 
pointment as Director of 
Pupil Personnel Services. 
He has served the school in 
tnat capacity for the past f if- 



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ject was released from ac- 
tive military service in 1946, 
but remained in the Ready 
Reserve until 1969. He en- 
tered the Retired Reserve 
and eventually retired as a 
Lieutenant Colonel. 
After leaving active 



In addition to his years as 
a teacher and guidance, 
councelor, Subject coached 
baseball from 1950 to. 1971. 
He was varsity coach from 
1952 through 1971 during 



which time, his teams won. 
nine conference titles andco- 
- titles,- and one regional title.- 
The greatest tribute to the 
success — of - his - coaching- 
career came when Pete was 
ihducted-inlo-the-Baseball 
Coaches' Hall of Fame in 
1980. 

Club Sets 
Shoot 

The Waukegan Bowmen 
archery club has announced 
the first annual Southeastern 
Instinctive League 
(S.E.I. L.) invitational shoot 
( Instinctive - Shooters Only) 
on June 15 and 16. The shoot 
is co-sponsored by Racine 
Instinctive Bowmen and will 
be held at Waukegan's range 
which is located one and a 
half miles west of Hwy 45 on 
JS, Kenosha County, Wiscon- 
sin. 

Registration opens at- 
a.m., Saturday, June 15 and 
-closes at 2 P rmr-on-Sunda 
June 16. Fees are $3.50 for 
adults and |2 for juniors and 
cadets with a decreasing fee 
for additional rounds (28 
animal targets, target and 
field points only). 



by-LEE ANN M ACKUUN • 
• Antioch's "record-setting** 
Lady Sequoits Softball Team 
ended their season June 3 by 
losing to Mt. Prospepl il-6Jn 
the Sectional Final. Anttoch 
went into this game with a 6- 
2 win over Mundelein in the 
first sectional game June 1^- 
~: This "is "the "wihnlngest 
single softball. season An- 
tioch's' ever had," ' said 
coach Steve Wapon. ., - 
-The r Waukegan West 
Regionals sow 'the. Sequoits. 
sweep, beating , Waukegan 
West 7-1, Grant 3-2 and Zion- 
Benton 1-0 in ten innings. 

.. . Ahtioch ended the regular 
season with a 19-4 record. 

"This is the most wins and 
the farthest^ team" (in Ah- 
tioch) has ever gotten," said 
star pitcher * junior Denise 
Maple; _ 

"We've had very good pit- 
ching all year from Denise. 

i Shewas backed upverylwell". 
by junior Jeri Gutowski," 

-said Wapon. 



Commending Gutowski, 
-Maple-said— Wheriever-she_ 
had to go in she did real well. 
She has good control." 

"Defense and the leader- 
ship of the seniors" have 
been "the key to this year's 
success according to Wapon. 

"The whole team has done 
a great job but the senior 
leadership has been the 
key," he said. 

The first year head coach 



commends senior let tfielder 
Brenda Webb, catcher Tracy 
Goodyear, second baseman 
Terry v Ramage, shortstop 
Lisa Rietschei; cehterfielder 
Cheryl Styskal, and right- 
fielder Michelle Sciprtino for 
their, performance this 
season, ; — . ::r ... .- „,--•.. p±zz=&= 

"We had a tough defense. 
Our batting was pretty good 
but our defense did the job," 
said sophomore third- 
baseman-centerfielder. Deb- 
bie Sigler. 

■ The credit glvenlheteam 
is returned to Wapon by the 
playersT" ■ '■' 

''He' was a great coach. I 
really, liked playing for 
him... I think everyone did," . 

soidSiglerr^"- - ^ ~^^ — ~ 
Hopeful Tor next year's 
season; Maple said, "We'll 
be losing five or six seniors 
in starting positions, I don't 
think we'll be a strong hit- 
Free Screening ., - ; 
Free Blood. Pressure 
Screenihg^lirbelifrerebno" 



ting team but our defense 
will be L pretty/ good/' We 
should have a good team." 

"I think, we'll "show them 
we can do it)" said Sigler. ! 

."They've all done well;*' 
said Wapon. .: / --•: 




the public from ll a.ni. to 2 
pTmTMThurstfayTJurie 20 at" 
St. Therese Area Trauma 
Satellite (STATS), Rte. 59,' 
Lake Villa. No registration is 
required. Left _. untreated, 
high blood pressure (hyper- 
tension) increases the risk of 
premature illness or death 
from coronary, heart 
disease, stroke and heart or 
kidney failure. - -:.._ 



Augustana 



"Eric Hansen, standout 
athlete at Warren Township 

: High School, will enroll: at 
Augustana College in the fall 
of 1985 and will be a member 
of the school's football team;' 
_jaansen,_6' 2," 180 pounds, 
earned two varsity letters as 
a wide receiver and defen- 

. sive back at Warren. He was 
named to. the all-conference 
all-area honor squads/ 

iiiXt Augustana Hansen will 

-join a team which is coming 
off two consecutive -NCAA 
Division Ill-national cham- 
pionships. The Vikings have 
captured— four— straight- 
College Conference- of 
Illinois and Wisconsin foot- 
ball titles and have appeared 
in four consecutive NCAA 
Division III playoffs. 



Hansen, who also won let-' 
ters in basketball and track 
at Warren, .will major in 
natural science at 
Augustana. - — —-■ •"- ■ ' ■ : . - - 





Boat 




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Over 30 of the world's 
fastest Outboard Per- 
forWnce Craft boats will be 
featured on Sunday, June 23 
when The— Lambs host 
Powerboat Regatta on Lam- 
bs Lake. 

The event is sponsored by 
The Great Lakes Boat Club, 
who will be furnishing all 
equipment for the event. Ad- 
mission and parking are 
free, and food and drinks will 
be available. . 

Spectator action begins at 
12:30 p.m., with five dif- 
ferent classes competing 
from the Mini Grand Prize 
race to the MOD V;P.; all of 
which will culminate in The 
National Championships 
held Labor Day weekend in 
Kankakee.* 




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byTOMMAZUlf 
Fishing Writer 

The second Chain O* Lakes Bass Fisher- 
men's Tournament Is now completed. Frank 
Nowak ended one very tough day with li.97 
pounds of Chain 0' Lakes bass for • i ,474.20 in 
prize money. ; . •-. 





both fished as non-boaters during this bass 
'tournament and that's great money for just a - 
•35 entryJee.-The real plus for the anglers 
. came in the fact that three fish with blue lags 
also were landed during the tournament day. 
At this lime we don't know the worth of the 
tagged fish; but the Northern Illinois Con- 
servation. Club summer program is doing 
■great "as several anglers are landing prize 

-fish- .. ' ■ --■ . t r. 

A lady angler in the Grass Lake area was 
asked" to stop fishing by one of the lour-, 
nament boats'as she had around 20 walleyes. . 
Thai means she was oyer the stale limit. 

People who do things like that should be 
reported by other anglers. State limits are 
sei to provide fishing for all and anglers ' 
should obey the law. 

Walleye fishing is very hot at the Chain 0' 
Lakes and it will remain so for many years to . 
come, but we must, follow the daily limit of 
six fish per day. Catch and release is used by 
tournament anglers and a lot of good local 
people.- j~ "'-"*' ■" —-=..:.'-.— 

The bi-slate area has many good lakes for 
us to fish and the next C.B.F.A. poinl tour- 
nament is seven weeks away. Time for me • 
and others to fish the bi-state's other bodies- 
of water. 



.The bass came from. the Grass Lake area 
and were caught on pig and jig. Dave Robel 
took second place for »737; 10 -Lane Parsons 
from. Midwest Bass Assn. .locked up third 

:place,aad3igBassjroL!49L40 .wajBjg W^Sij|lkSSj&_^ 
money, and a Lowranee Electronic 2330 £ken with the family- " — 

Flasher.Unit. _ \ . ' , . ■ - _RememberJo/eporlall 1 orange lagged fish 











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r Warren High School gymnast Pam Foss recorded a national championship 
Pick your favorite local body of water and- and Ail-American status for the University of Wiscon'sin-LaCrosse gymnastics team 
take the kids fishing this weekend. School is in the National College Gymnastics Federation Meet. Foss also earned the All- 
should be American Academic Scholarship Award at the NAIA Divisi on II Nat ional Meet. Foss 



The aassociation also had checks for 12 
other. anglers at the event, 1 which saw 182 
people fishing Jhe local body of water.. 
. Note that Frank Nowak and Lane Parsons 



to the Dept. of Conservation and turn in all 
blue tagged fish at the local bail shops. Buy 
the *3 button and join us in fishing the local 
waterways. 



earned the honor on the balance beam. 

Rinwobd Golf News 



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by PETER GILL 

-Former Antioch High 
school gridder Kurt 
Kapischke Is' hoping to con- 
tinue something that he star- 
ted in his senior year with 
the Sequoits five years ago 
— his footbajl career, f 
'. Kapischke, a . resident of 
Lihdcnhursl and a former 
Augustana College football 
star, is preparing himself for 
-tryoyt^ilrHhe-Green-Bay- 
Packers. 



Now he only Has lb wait for 
-training camp. It has been a 
specifically planned, wait' for 
Kapischke. ' He worked out 
all fall and winter while back 
at school in Rock Island. 
Besides lifting Weights to in- 
crease his strength and 
bring his playing weight up 
from 250 to 270, he worked as 
an assistant coach for the 
team. 

He stopped lifting weights 




. ■■■•'■ 

Kurt Kapischke 



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It will not be the first camp 
that ~ tfie^-6'5,— ZTibpound 
lineman will be going. 

-through. He- has been 
through two others. One last- 
year with -the , Dallas 
Cowboys and another before 
that with the Michigan Pan- 
thers of the USFL. . ■ " ' :' . . 

"I was at_DaIlas_for five 
weeks," Kapischke "recalls~ 
"They had about 160 free 
agents they invited. I'm not 
so sure they, thought I could 
make their team. I played in 
a couple of exhibition games, 
one against Green Bay?The 
next- day the Packers flew 
me up there." ^ . 

He could have had a'corv 
.tract with the team right 
away, but because of 

- legalities he had to wait until 
' ^^olreTnp~er~f or-™t he 

agreement.: 7r -\- -— - 

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Thursday, June 13, 1965. 



about a month ago\to let his 
body recoup. He is now back 
to it again, figuring on 
having, his trainings, period 
peak a few weeks into camp, 
the same time others may 
start falling apart. 
"I'm making my final 

push right now," he saidr -~ 
That final push includes 
waking up at 7 a.m. and run- 
ning 2.1 miles each day. At 10 
a.m. he Hftsweigfils~arthe 
gym. The afternoons vary 
for Kapischke. On Monday, 
Wednesday and Friday he 
swims. On Tuesday, Thur- 
sday and Saturday he does 
sprintsand runs the 440. 

"According "to his 
Janet Kapischke, he has a 
good attitude toward the 
competitiveness and 
business- of- .making the 
team. She said that he 
realizes that it is only one 



. . ■•■:.... 

"He thinks that it could 
give him a great start in his 
business career,". Janet 
Kapischke said. 

"Everything; up there 
(Green Bay) is done on such 
a professional level.!" 

Kapischke has been disap- 
pointed before and his 
mother said that he will sim- 
ply move on to a career in 
business If his athletic 
career does not work out. 



Although he went to a 
division III school, 
Kapischke said that the 
coaches'" have opened up 
everybody's, chances for a 
spot on the Packer roster. 

"I think they wanl to push 
the people they have a little 
harder," ~ Kapischke. said. 
"It's a lot harder (with the 
veterans in danger of losing 
t heir jobs.) The vets have 
been working hard and 
scrambling. Nobody's got it 
nailed down," he said. 

ClC Orientation 



■ On Monday, May 27, Jerry 
Smith of Round Lake had a 
hole In one on the 4th hole at 
Renwood. Smith used a 6 
iron to sink the ISO-yard shot. 
Renwood Country Club Is a 
facility of the Round Lake 
Area ParkJDistrict. ^ 

Winners of the Renwood 
Country Club Senior Tour- 
nament have been an- 
. nounced. The tournament 
was held on Monday, May 20, 
at the Round; Lake Area 
Park District course. Prizes 
were awarded to low gross 
and low net finishes. 

The winners are: 

Ages 50-54: (Women) Low 
Gross, Joyce, 97; 1st Low 
Net, H. Purol, 79; 2nd Low 
Net, Blanche Miller, 83; 
(Men) Low Gross. Ken 



Jergensen, 78; 1st Low Net, 
Cleo G., 69; 2nd Low Net; 
John Sweeney, 78. 

Ages 55-59: (Women) Low 
Gross, Georgia Gordon, 101; 
1st Low Net, Carley Davis, 
77; 2nd. Low Net,. M. 
Williams, 86; (Men) j Low 
Gross, Don Mobley, 103; 1st 
Low Net, Bill Miller, 84.. }•' 
■Ages €0-64: (Women) Low 
Gross, Jane Volz, 97; 1st Low 
~Net,~Glchi - Jasonlkr80 ;~2nd 
Low Net, B. Lund, and M. 
Peaney, both with 83; (Men) 
Low Gross, Heinsberger, 80; 
1st Low Net, Baum, 76; 2nd 



Ages 70-74: (Women) Low 
Gross, M. Sauter, 108; 1st 
Low Net, C. Andrews; 2nd 
Low Net, Yalade Monge and 
B. Peccaro, both with 82; 
(Men) Low Gross, G. 
' Lay ton, 92; 1st Low Net, Lyn 
Johnson, 72; 2nd Low Net, H. 
Bergerson,73. . 

Ages 75 and up: (Men) 
Low Gross, L. Stone, 81 ; Low 
Net; John Greulich,'69. 

Mineral Society 

The general meeting of the 
Lake. County Gem : and 
Mineral Society will be held 
on June 18, at 7:30 p.m., at 
the Waukegan Public 
Library auditorium, 129 N. 
County Street, Waukegan. 
Margene Rieschl, Kenosha, 
will narrate a slide show 
prep ared by the Baltimore 
Museum entitled "5000 
Years of Adornment." 



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To Start 

Illinois' frog hunting 
season starts on Saturday, 
June is and concludes 
August 31, according to Jim 
Mick, administrator for the 
Department of Con- 
servation's Division of Fish 
and Wildlife. Eight bullfrogs 
may be taken daily with a 
possession limit of 16. 

'A sport fishing license is 
required for frogging, Mick 
said. State law forbids the 
use of firearms, airguns or 
commercial. fishing devices 
such as hoop nets, traps or 
seines.- 

Most froggers use a small 
spear called a gig to hunt 
bullfrogs, but it also is legal 
to take frogs by hand or with 
a pole-and-line. 




IfrwA, Law, Headless, Guff Flown In Dally 
H * jf 00 5 Lb. Shrimp Purchase 

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phase of life. 



~I^e~(J6^ty'high schbor^wNet^KeUer.-and E. 
seniors who are uncertain Spycbala, both with 76. 
about" their ^plaris after Ages 65^69: (Women) Low 
gradauation are invited to Gross, M. Sisalab, 87; 1st 
"U's Not Too Latel", a twp-\-Low Net, Tagne Aho,78;2nd 
and-one-ha tf-hour orien- Low Net, Sophie Benson, 82; 
tation on apportunities at the 
College of Lake County, June 
20, from 1-3:30 p.m., or 7-9: 30 
p.m. 



.(Men) Low Gross, B. VaU, 
83; 1st Low Net, Ed Halman, 
66; 2nd Low Net, G. Pett, 68. 



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I Shrimp Prices Start Atr^~-f 3^uT 
The Booby Hatch Tavern Lot 

1 blo& North of the State Lino on HwyT-83 

Thursday - June 13th 1985 
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NOT I CI OF SPECIAL EMHOINCV ELECTION 
WARREN TOWNSHIP HIOH SCHOOL, DISTRICT NUMBER 111 
\"^ LAKE COUNTY, IUINOIS 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a special emergency election has been called and will 
>e held in wd.lbrWarren Township High School, District No. 121, Lake County, Illinois. 
U Saturday the'.29lh' day. pi.. June,. 1985. at which. there will be submitted to the legol 
Ltersof said school district the following proposition: 

Ehall the. Bbardjof Education ol Warren Township High School; District No, 121? ~ 

Lake County, Illinois.. reconstruct , alter, repair and equip the Worrert High School, 
purchase additional ground, Improve the site,, and to pay the cost thereof issue 
bonds ol said School District to the aggregate amount of SEVENTEEN MILLION SIX 
HUNDRED THOUSAND AND NO/100 DOLLARS ($1 7, 600,000}? 

That for the purpose of said election said school district. is composed of twenty-four 
1(24) election precincts, which precincts shall be clustered In accordance with Section 1 1- 

of the Elecllon Code ondithe polling places for such clustered voting zones being as 
Hollows; .-•■'-■■- — ■"--'- -"-'-- ■-■ — 



— UOAL— 

STATE Or ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE, ti 
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 
OF THE ItTH JUDICIAL 
CIRCUIT. LAKE COUNTY; 
ILLINOIS. ,. . 
Security Pacific Morlgoao 
* Corporation, _ a..-, cor-, 
poralion, Plaintiff, 

--'..' vs,\- ■ '--.,- » 
Robert Lee McCord, et ol.. 
Defendants. 
No.:84CH620 

NOTICE OF 



■/^rv^Nonoior--- - ?■■=* 

SHERIFF'S SAU 
NOTICE IS HEREBY 

GIVEN that in pursuance of 
a Judgment' heretofore 
entered on March 10, 1 985 
by toid Court in the above 
entilled cause, Robert H. 
Bobcox, Sheriff of Lake 
Count/- will =oni'June -17/ 
1985, at the hour of 9:00 
A.M. DAYLIGHT SAVINGS 
TIME, in Room- 105 of the 
Lake' County Courthouse, 
Waukogon, Illinois In said 
County, sell at public to the 



name (s) of the.; p*r»on(») 
owning, . conducting or 
transacting the business 
o re cor rect at shown . 
Gilbert R. Snodle 
5/7/B5 

STATE OF ILLINOIS 

COUNTY OF LAKE, u 

The foregoing In-' 
1 1 r u me n t '.'---^ — rr w a » ;. 
acknowledged before me 
by the person(s) intending 
representative and to ~to-cbhducr the: business ' 



: office of the-Clerk bf: the 
Court ol 18 N. County, 
Waukegan. Illinois 60085, 
■or" with representative,: or 
bath, within 6 monlhf Irom 
the date of issuance of let- 
ters and any claim not filed 
within 'that' .period 'is 
barred. -Copies of a claim 

-filed: with:the:Clerk.'miiisl 
be mailed or'deliveredSo 
the 



[Precincts 

[Newport • . 
1185*. 186, 187 

|Worron 
[242, 243, 244* 

I Warren , 

|245,246,249 

C ' ■ ■ 
I Warren 
(247. 248 
| ■ j.' • .-,- - 

Worren 

250, 251 i 259 

'Warren.. 

252,254*. 
256". 257 



Polling Place 

Newport Fire , 
Station "■ ;'-*.. 

Warren Township 
.'Center . 

Viking School '■ - .' 



Address 

WodsworthRd. 



.17801 West 
Washington S/. 

4460 Grand Aye: 



SpoutdJngSchool - 3638 Florida Ave. 



Pott OHlee 

Wadsworlh 



Gurnee 



Gumbo 



Gurnee 



SHERIFF'S SALE _ h , nBJ , and ^ bJ( ^ (or 

- Public noticed, hereby _- ca Ih all ond -slnqular the 
given thai, pursuant to a 
Judgment mode and 
entered by said Court in 
the above entitled cause 



Worren > 
253*. 255', 



258 



Warren- 
260.261. 262* 



Warren -Newport . 
library .. 1^ 

1 S * "■ 

Lorcmonl School 



Woodland Junior 
High School 

, Park City 
Community Center • 



224 0'PloineRd. 



18 1 82 West- 
Gages Lake Rd. 



- 17271 West . 

.Gages Lake Rd. 

333 Teske Blvd. 



Gurnee 



Gages Lake 



Gages Lake 



ParkCily' 



on May 20lh, 1985; I, 
Robert Babcox, Sheriff of 
Lake, County Illinois, will, 
on Monday; June 241b, 
1985, at the hour of 9:00 
A.M.- in Room C- 105 of the. 
Lake . County. Courthouse, 
Waukogon, Illinois, sell ol 
_Dublic__^ vendue - tp the 
highest and best bidder tor 



following described 
promises and real estate in_ 
said Judgment mentioned, 
situated In the County ol 
Lake and State of Illinois or . 
so much thereof as shall be 
sufficient to satisfy, said 
Judgment, to-wit: 
Lot Twenty Two (2) in' ' 
Block Ten (10) In 
Larkdalo Unit No. Two 
(2), being a Subdivision 
of part at. the West one 
half. ('/,) ol the Nor- 



■f*\J h ° * ol,ow,n 3._thweii quarief ('/.) of 

described ., premises and ^ e ~..: ?.„•__:... c.„ Am 

real estate, ■ in said 
Judgment mentioned, 
situated in the County ol 
Lake and Stale of Illinois, 
or so much I hereof as shall 
be sufficient to satisfy said 
Judgment, to-wi 



' Precincts rhorked with an "*' ! are different from the polling place normally designated 
for such preclncl.. Voters must vote b! the polling place designated for the election 
precinct within which they reside. 

The polls al said election will be opened at 6:00 o'clock A.M. and will be closed at 7 :00 ■ 
o'clock P.M. on said day. . *"'-"* — 

By order of Ihe County Clerk of Lake County. State of Illinois.. 

" DATED this 28th day ol May. 1985: - — ■•- ' -..- ■—. 

'■ . - - Linda lanuzi Hess. 

' •■' - N County Clerk 

■ - V ' Loko County; Stale ol Illinois 

" " -;•: ; ; ,— -_.. ____„... ^ June 6.- 1985 

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lots 38 and 39 in Indian 
Heights,, being a 
Subdivision of part of 
the Northwest quarter 
of Section 31, township 
44 North, Range II. 
the Third 
Meridian, 
to Ihe Plat 

recorded ' 
22, 1925 as 
Number 



East of 

Principal 

according 

thereof. 

December 

Document 



— UOAL— 
ST ATI OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY Of LAKE, 

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 
OF THE INJUDICIAL 
CIRCUIT , LAKE COUNT Y- 

W AUKEO AN, IUINOIS , 

First National Bank of Lin- 
colnshlre.Plalnlllf, 

vs 
Robert E. Pollock, et ol.. 
Defendants). , - .'.*- 
Case No.: 65 CH 29 '- 
Sheriff's No.: None 

& NOTICE OF 

■otf^^MWurrsAU' 

NOTICE^ii**?HEREBY 
GIVEN lhat In pursuance of 
o lodgment heretofore en- 
tered by Ihe sold Court In 
ihe above entitled cause, 
Robert H. Babcox. Sheriff 
of Lake County, Illinois will 
on Monday, the 24th day of , 
June A. D. 1985, at the hour 
of 900 A.M., Lake County- 
Courthouse Room 105, IB 
N. County Si., Waukegan, 
i Illinois s ell at 
public 



auction to - ihe 
highest and best bidder for 
cosh ell and singular, ihe 
following .described 
premises and real estate in 
said judgment mentioned ' 
situated in the County of 
LAKE ond State of Illinois, 
or so much thereof as shall 
be sufficient to satisfy said 
judgment, to- wit: 
lot 2 In Block 12 In Loch 
Lomond, a subdivision 
in port of Section 24. 
ownsHlp~~44~N©»t 
Range' 10, East of the 
Third Principal 
Merid ion , - according . to 
the Plol thereof, recor- 
ded April 7, 1954. as 
Document 820686, in 
Book 32 of Plots, page 
96, -In -Lake.. County. i^. 
Illinois. 

Commonly known' as: 
996 Lucerne Court, 
Mundele in. Illinois. ^ 

Together ,, wlih-" all 
buildings and. Im- 
provements thereon, and 
Ihe tenements, her- 
ditaments ond ap- 



— LEGAL— 
ST ATI OF ILLINOIS 
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 
OF THE 19th JUDICIAL 
CIRCUIT, LAKE COUNTY. 
ILLINOIS— IN PROBATE. 
In; the Matter ol the 
Estate of Charlotlo E. Otis, 
Deceased. No. 85P-452. 
CLAIM NOTICE 

Noticed is given of Ihe 
.'death of Chorfotte E. Oils, 
of Chicago, Illinois. Letter* 
.of office were Issued oh 
May 28, 19BS, to June Lee 
Schmidt, 18570 W. Old 
Plonk*' Rood, Wildwood, 
Tlllriots- 60030 - whose— an" 
tdrhey. ■ Is -Thombs' . B. 
Nelson; P.O.-' Box 264, 
Gray slake. III. 60030. 

Claims against . ihe 
. estate may be filed In the 
office of Ihe Clerk of the 
Court ol Lake County Cour- 
thouse, IB North County 
Street, Waukegan, Illinois, 
60065 or wilh represen- 
tative, or both, within 6 
months from the date of 
Issuance of letters and any 
"ctoTnTtwH I led-wl thln-t hot - 
period Is barred. Copies ol 
o claim filed with the Clerk 
must be mailed or 
delivered to the represen- 
tative ond ig the attorney 
within 10 days after It has 
i filed. 

Thomas B. Nelson 

.• Attorney 

June 6, 13, ond 20, 1965 

685AI23GL 

-UOAL- 



so much thereof as sholl be . 
sufficient to .satisfy said 
Judgment, to-wit: 
"Lot 6 in Block 63 in Zion 
Gty subdivision In Sec- 
tion 21. Township 46 
Norlh, Range 12, East 
of the Third Principal 
Meridian, ,-ln- Lake 
County. Illinois. 

ADDRESS OR LOCATION 
OF PROPERTY: 2741 Em- 
maus, Zion, Illinois 60099, 
Redemption Date: Decem- 
ber 18, 198S together with 
all buildings -..and im- 
provements thereon, ond 
—the r L -.. r ..-. ' .-XJ en e m e n t s -, 
-hereditaments- and: ap- 
purtenances: "thereunto 
belonging. - N -- 

DATED, Waukegan, 
Illinois, this 30lh day of 
Moy, 1985. 

Sally D.Coffoll. 

Clerk of the 

Circuit Court of 

Lake County. Illinois 

Shapiro 6 Kretsmon, P.C. ^ 

Attorneys for Plaintiff 

Moy30* 
June6and13,1985 



271170 in Book "O" of 
Plats, page 89, in Lake 

CauntyJIliAols, * .- 

Commonly known as: 
933 Ridge, Mundelein, - 
Illinois 60060 

together wilh all Im- 
provements . thereon and 
appurtenances belonging 
thereto. 

Dated. Waukegan, 
Illinois. May 30th. 1985. 

Robert Babcox, 
Sheriff bf 
Lake County, Illinois. 
Kropik'.'Papuga & Show ' 
120S.LoSalleSl.,' 
Chicago, Illinois . , 
Tel: No.: (312) 236-6405. 

May30& 

June6S13, 19B5 

^^^_ i __5851^214*2N 

.'.:,i::„ ; :— UOAL— - -■- : ^ 
STATE OP IUINOIS 
COUNTY OP LAKE, is 
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 
OF THE lfTH JUDICIAL 
CIRCUIT, LAKE COUNTY, 
ILLINOIS — IN PROBATE. 

In the Mailer, of. Ihe . 
Estate of MARY, C. HER- 
MAN. Deceased. No.: 85P- 

-4W ri - ; ,.-J f 1_ 



Section Twenty Six (26), 
Township Forty Four 
(44) North, Range Nine 
(9). East of Ihe Third 
Principal , .'Meridian, 
according to the plot 
thereof .recorded 
September 4, 1957, as 
Document 963869, in 
Book 34 of Plats, page 
40,- in Lake. County, 
Illinois, .. 

ADDRESS OR LOCATION 
OF PROPERTY: 360 
Oakwood Drive,. 
Wauconda, Illinois 60084,' 
Redemption Dote: 
December . 18,' 1965 
together With all buildings 
a nd improvements 
thereon, and the 
tenements, hereditaments 
ond- — -appur.lenonces JulyJA.D^L985^tjheJiour 



the attorney within 10 days 
oftar it has been filed. 

Martin Buesing, • 

Representative 

. Michael W.Gantar, 

Attorney 

' May 30 B 

. June b& 13, 1905 

—LEGAL- 
STATE OF IUINOIS 
COUNTY, Of LAKE 
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 
OP THE Hth JUDICIAL 
CIRCUIT, LAKE COUNTY- 
WAUKEOAN, ILLINOIS. 
Slate Bank ol Antloch, 
PlalntlH(s). „ _., 

-.- vs.. .- , p':~' 

James C. Pierce and lydio 
L. Pierce his wife, 'First 
National Bbnk of . Lake 
Forest as'- Trustee under 
Tryst No. 6565, William E. 
Brook under Document 
1576884 United States of r 
America under Documents 
1188975, 2255628 & 
2255629 and UNKNOWN 
OWNERS, Defendants. r 
Case No. 85 CHI 48 
Sheriff's No. None 

NOTICE OP . 
SHERIFF'S SALT 
NOTICE IS HEREBY 
GIVEN lhat In pursuance of 
a judgment heretofore en- 
tered by the said Court in 
the above entitled cause, 
Robert H. 'Babcox, Sheriff 
of Lake County, Illinois wilt 
on Monday the 1st day of 



STATE OF ILLINOIS 
. . COUNTY OF LAKE, ss 

in thi atom COURT 

FOR TMB IfTM JUDICIAL 
CIRCUIT. LAKE COUNTY . 
WAUKEOAN, IUINOIS. 

• Fleet Mortgage . Corp., 
vPto fnlHfi- «v^^ '■ 

-^-Jose - L.-VHIolobos. 
Deborah J. Vlllalbos, 
General Finance Cor- 
poration of Illinois, AND 
UNKNOWN OWNERS. 
Defedantst^T 7 '; — ~^~" ~~~ 



-UOAL—. . 

STATE OP ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE, ss 
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 
Of THE 1TTH JUDICIAL 
CIRCUIT. LAKE COUNTY, , 
IUINOIS — IN PROBATE. 

— In the Mailer of the 
Estate of MARY E. CASH- 
MORE, Deceased, No.: 

- 85P-4 1 A. : ' . 



CLAIM NOTICE 

Notice Is given ol the 
deoth of MARY C. HER- 
S85E-2I0-W N MAN of Round loko 



(hereunto belonging 

'DATED, Waukegan, 
Illinois, this 30th day of 
May, 1985. 

Sally D.Coflelt. 
Clerk of Ihe 
Circuit Court of 
Lake County, Illinois : " 
Shapiro fi Kreisman, P.C. 
Attorneys for Plaintiff 
May 30. June 6. 13. 1985 

-LEGAL- ! " _ 
STATE OF IUINOIS 
COUNTY OF.L AKE; ss - 
IN THE- CIRCUIT COURT 
OF THE 1»TH JUDICIAL 
CIRCUIT. LAKE COUNTY, 
IUINOIS — IN PROBATE. 
•.-- In "Ihe Matter of the 
Estate of JOSEPH 
PIVONKA, SR., Deceased. 
No.: 85P-434. • . 
■ - CLAIM NOTta 

Notice is given of the 
death' ol JOSEPH 
PIVONKA. SR.. ol 
Ingleside, Illinois. Loners' 
of 'of lice were issued on. 
"May 24. 1985, to Noncy 
Pivonka Klein. 1118 Park 
Lane. Spring Grove. Illinois 



60081 whose attorney is 

-James-^Lumberrr-800— N. h^rjdltgmeri|s__gnd 

pulenances 



Antloch. 



CLAIM NOTICE 

Notice is given ol ihe 
deothof MARY E. CASH- 
MORE, ol lake Villa.. 
Illinois. Letters ol olflce 
were issued on May 17. 



Hoights. Illinois, letters ol 

office were issued on May 

17. 1985. to Winifred C. 

Stonczk, 1220 Cedar Lake 

Rood. Lake Villa, Illinois: 

60046 whose attorney Is- 

Churchill,. Boumgartnor. & 

Phillips.'Lld., P.O. Box 284, 

Groysldke. Illinois 60030. 

--■ Claims .' against ihe 

Estate may be filed in the 

ollice ol the Clerk of the' 

Court-al 18 North Counly- -period is barred. Copies of 



Main Streeti 
Illinois 60002. 

Claims against the 
Estate may be filed in the. 
office of Ihe Clerk of Ihe. 
Court at 18 N. County 
Street,' Waukegan, Illinois 
60065 or wilh ' represen- ' 
I tative, or both, within 6 
months from .the date of 
issuance of loiters and any 
claim not filed within that 



of 9:00 A.M., Lake Counly 
Courthouse Room 105, 18 
N. County St., Waukegan, 
Lake County, Illinois sell at 
public auction to the 
highest and best bidder for 
cash all and singular, the - 
following described 
premises and real estate in 
said judgment mentioned, 
situated in the County of 
Lake and State of Illinois, 
or so much thereof as shall 
be sufficient to satisfy said 
judgment, to-wit: ' 
Lots 3. 4 ond 5 In Block 
65 in Venetian Village 
Unit No. 5; being a Sub- 
division in the Nonh 
quarter of Section 10. 
Township 45 North, 
Range 10, East of the 
Third Principal 
Meridian, according to 
Ihe plat thereof recor- 
ded August 19, 1946, as 
Document 597674, In 
Book 30 of Plats, pages 
76 and 77, In Lake : 
-County, Illinois. 

Together- with all 
buildings and Im- 
provements thereon, and 
the tenements, 

op- 



thereunto 
belonging. . 
DATED: May 30. 1985. 
In witness, whereof I 
have hereunto set my hand 
and seal of the said 19th 
Judicial Circuit Court al 
Waukegan, Illinois. • 

Solly D.Cof fell 
Clerk of the 
Circuit Court of 



this 28lh day of Moy, 1985. 
V Kerry Schrbeder, 
Deputy County Clerk 
RECEIVED: May 28, 1985 
Linda lanuil Hess, . 
Lake County Clerk 

. June 6, 13*20, 1985 

•a 



— LEGAL- 
NOTICE FOR BIDS 
LAKE VILLA TOWNSHIP 
STATE OF IUINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE ' 
TOWN OF LAKE VOL A . 

Notice is hereby given 
that' sealed proposals will 
be received at the office of 
Susan C. Hanson. Town 
Clerk at 37908 N. Fairfield 
Rood, Lake Villa, Illinois, 
-60046 until '5:00 P.M. on 
Monday, July 1st, 1985, for 
furnishing of the following: 
Regular Gasoline,.' No. 2 
Diesel: '• 

— : Proposals shall be made 
on forms furnished by the 
Township Highway Com- 
missioner and shall be ad- 
. dressed ■ in sealed en- 
velope to : Lake Villa 
Township Highway Com- 
missioner, c/o Susan' C. 
Hanson, Clerk, 37906 N. 
Fairfield Rood, Lake Villa. 
Illinois: 60046 and shall be 
marked "Fuel Proposal . - 
Letting of Fuel for the Lake 
Villo. Township Highway 
Equipment." Further in- 
formation regarding the 
letting may be obtained by . 

— conlQCtJng.iJhe H|ghway_ 

Commissioner at Lake 
Villa Township, 312 356- 

5831.- ' - — - 

The .Township .in 'ac- 
cordance with the laws of 
the State of Illinois hereby 
notifies all bidders that it 
will affirmatively Insure 
that the conlract entered 
into pursuant to this ad- 
vertisement will- be awar- 
ded to the lowest respon- 
sible bidder without 
' discrimination on the 
grounds of race, color or 
national origin. 

By Order of: 

Jim Semmerllng. 

Loke Villa Township 

Highway Commissioner 

6-11-85 

June 13.1985 

-UOAL— 

NOTICE FORBIDS 
LAKE VILLA TOWNSHIP 
STATE OF IUINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKI 
TOWN OP LAKI VILLA 

Notice is hereby, given 
that sealed proposals will 
be received al the office of 
' Susan C. Han so n . — T own- 



Clerk at 37908 N. Fairfield 
Road. Loke Villa, Illinois 
60046 until 5:00 P.M. on 
Monday July 1st, 1965 for 
f unlshing of the following . 
material: Bituminous 
Material, 5000 Gal.: 
Bituminous Surface Plant 
Mix. 3200 Ton. ' 

Proposals shall be mode 
on forms furnished by the 



Street, Lake County Cour 
thouse. Waukegan, Illinois 
60085 or wilh represen- 
tative or both, within '6 
months from the dale of, 
Issuance bf letters and any 
claim not tiled within that 



19B5.-IO Cnorles M-Cbsh^ Mrlo j it bq rf ed. Copies of 



thereunto 



purtenances 
belonging,--'*) ■ 

DATED.Mayl.1985, 
In witness whereof 



■ . hove hereunto sol my hand 
H^and-teal-of-lhe said " 



Judicial Circuit' Court ,at 
Waukegan, Illinois, 

Sally D.Cof fett 

Clerk of Ihe 

Circuit Court of 

. Lake County, Illinois' 

Edward J. Hal per 
Hoellen, Lukes S Helper 
Attorney lor Plaintiff 
1940 West Irving Park Road 
Chicago. Illinois 60613 ^ ^= 
327-4700_- : 

_ June6,13,and20 l 1985 
". >-' p85A'113-M>n 

Thursday, Juno 1 3, * 965 



No.:B5CH150 
Sheriff's No.: None 
NOTIOIOP 

SHERIFFS SAU 

NOTICE IS HEREBY 
GIVEN fhat In pursuance of 
a Judgment heretofore en- 
tered on May 13, 1985 by 
said Court In the above en- 
19th ~ titled- cause— Robert-H.- 



I 



more. 37067~ North High 
way 59. Lake Vlllo. Illinois 
60046; whose attorney is 
Churchill. Baumgartner 8, 
-Phillips. Lid.. P.O. Box 264. i 
iGraystoke'. Illinois 60030. 

Claims against ihe 
Esiole moy be filed in the 
; ofllce of the Clerk of the 
'Court ol 18 North County 
Street. Lake County Cour- 
thouse. Waukegan'. Illinois 
60065 or with represen- 
tative, .or both, within 6 
. months Jromilhexdaje-ol: 



Bobcox, Sheriff of lake 
County will on June 17, [ 
1985, at the hour, of 9:00 
A.M. DAYLIGHT SAVINGS 
TIME In Room 105 of the 
Lake County Courthouse. 
Waukegan, Illinois In said 
Counly. sell at public to the 
highest and best bidder for . 
cash all ond singular the 
f — ti »ini- ™ Am*.r ribed 

sold Judgment mentioned, 
situated in the County' of 
Lake and State of Illinois or 



issuance of letters and ony 

claim not Iried. within that 

per.iodlsbarredrCopieiaf^ 

a claim filed with the Clerk CIRCUiT? LAW CCHJNTY 



a claim filed with the Clerk, 
must be moiled or 
delivered to the represen- 
tative and to the attorney • 
.within 10 doys alter it has 
been filed. "; 

Winifred C.Stanak, . 
■[7=~-- ;-•'-' Represenlative 
John T .Ph illips,' .J_ - ■ ; ' _ 
Attorney 

^-June 6, 136.20,1985 
. . vT..'. 685A103RL 

, — LEOAL--^" 

ST ATI OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE, ss 
IN THE CIRCUIT. COURT 
FOR THE 1TTH JUDICIAL 



a claim filed with ihe Clerk 
must be \ mailed or 
delivered to the represen- 
tative and la the attorney 
within 10 days after it has 
been filed, - 
J! - /s /Nancy Pivonka Klein, 
Representative 
James Lumber, 
Attorney 

■ ■-. -June 6: 13620. 1985 
■ •'■.' 6185X1 05-FL 



Michael W.Gantar 
Attorney for Plaintiff ■ 
Slate Bank of Antloch 
390Loke Street ^ 

Aniioch, Illinois • 
(312)3950799 

June 6,13, and 20, 1985 

-legal- :; 



'must be : ' mailed or 
delivered to the represen- 
tative and to the attorney 
within 10 days oiler ii has 
beenllled. . ;: .:.■■ 

Charles M. Coshmore. 
-- Representative 

..John T. Phillips, 
"Attorney" 

June 6, 136 20. 1985 
- 4- *~ J-_ 685A-104-LV_ 



WAUKEOAN, IUINOIS. 

lllinl Federal Savings 6 

Loan Association , Plaintiff. 
■ ' ..vs. . 

Rlchord Stemen. Morlene 
'J. Slemen, Citicorp Person- 

To-Person Financial Center 

Inc.. AND UNKNOWN 
. OWNERS. Defendants. 

No.:64CH807 

Sheriff's No.: None ; , 



^-UOAl— 

STATE Of ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE, ss 
IN THE C4RCUTT COURT 
OP THE 11TM JUDtaAL 
QfrCUIT, LAKE COUNTY. 
IUINOIS — IN PRORATE. 
In the Matter of the 
Estote. of WllUAM J.. 
BUESlNGr- Deceased,- No— — SONIS 
BSP-407. 

aAiMNona if 

Notice is given ol Ihe 
death of WILLIAM. J. 
BUESING. of - Antloch. 
Illinois. . Letters of office 
were issued on May 23, 
1985, lo Martin Buesing, 
23109 W. Highway 173. An- 
tloch, Illinois 60002 whose 
attorney Is Larson, Ganlar 
SDeMartini.lfd. -'•'■ 

Claims"- against— the 
Estate may be filed in 1 the 



LokeCounty.llllnols_^Townshlp-Hlghway-Com 
mlssioner ana shall be ad- 
dressed In a sealed en- 
velope to: Lake Villa Town- 
ship .Highway Com- 
missioner, c/o Susa n C. 
Hanson, 'Clerk, 37906 N. 
Fairfield Road; Lake Villa, 
Illinois 60046 and shall be 
[mar ked 'MoVer lal 

Proposals - Letting of Rood 
Materials for Lake Villa 
Township." Further " : 4n- 
formation regarding the 
. letting may be obtained by 
contacting ..' the Highway 
Commissioner' at Lake 
Villa Township, 312 356- 
5831. 

. The Township In ac- 
cordance with the laws of 
Ihe Slate of Illinois hereby 
notifies all bidders. that it 
will affirmatively*., insure 
that .the contract, entered 
into pursuant to this ad- 
vertisement will be awar- 
ded to the lowest respon- 
sible, bidder . without 
discrimination J . on.,". the 
grounds of race, color or 
national origin. 

' , -. By Order of: 

Jim Semmerllng, 

Loke. Villa Township 

Highway Commissioner 

6-11-85 

June 13,1985 

V685M29-LV 



j 



NAME CERTIFICATE 
NAME OF BUSINESS: Little 
Penguin Services 
AODRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO B£ CON- 
DUCTED OR TRANSACTED 
IN THIS COUNTY: P.O. Box 
9122, Waukegan, Illinois 
60079 

NAME (S) AND POST OF. 
FICE OR RESIDENCE AD- 
DRESS(ES)±OF _THE PER- 
») OWNING; CON- 
DUCTING OR TRAN- 
SACTING BUSINESS: 
Gilbert R. Snodle, P.O. Box 
33. (37965 Sheridan . Rd., 
Waukegan; II 60067), 
Waukegan, Illinois 60079 
STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY Of LAKE, m 

This Is to certify lhat the 
undersigned intend(s) to 
conduct ihe above named ■ 
business from ^"the 
locaiion(s) Indicated and 
that the true or real full 



fit:. 



Lakofaod NowtpaponM 38 



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v;;,; • .'.•:.■::. —LEGAL— " 

SUPERVISOR'S ANNUAL HFOIT 
STATE OF ILLINOIS 

COUNTY OF LAKE, si ___,.. 

TOWNOFGRANT 

— : -The following is o statement by Alberta Ann Miller, Supervisor of the Town of Grant in . 

" the County anaState aforesaid; of the amount of public funds received and expended by 

.him during the fiscal year just closed, ending on March 31 .1985, showing the amount of 
public funds expended and for, who t purposes expended, during fiscal year ending as 

-aforesaid— -iry^rn"* ■'■^V - ' — i.'.'"~. m - ~~ ~c^h ; ^^:^ T ~^v* , "-" r=tr- .-?:£ "v.:"/-. -.-=•. -. f* ■•".-.- . 
■:. The said supervisor, being duly, sworn, doth depose and soy that I ihe, following 

. statement by -him subscribed Is a correct statement, ol the amount of public fundi on 
hand at the commencement of the fiscal year above stated, the amount of public funds'. 

- received, 'and the sources from which received, and the amount expended, and pur- 
poses for which expended, asset forth in said statement. 
The attached pages two through 16 Is a complete list of expenditures for the fiscal 

. year ending March 3 1,1 985. - . 

Alberta Ann Miller, 

I." ', .-. _ .Supervlsor- 



* PERMANENT ROAD FUND 
RECAPITULATION 

RECEIPTS: 4 

(Fundi" Received}" c -< •-'-.- -'- - ■— .--.■--.:.......; - 

.'jilanceTonrf and at Beginning of this Fiscal Year — r r .' 
- :^(Excluc!ingCJp".^ i 2 ' " ~\ " ■ . . ,- ,: ; 

.Taxes", Property ~ • Jl-„ {£ . 

Current CD! Investment ' i- - 

Receipts from Other Government Agencies-Tax sales * ■; 
"Interest on CD. t/' " '".;' 

Reimbursements \ ; " ■ ' . -~~ 

Redemption 'of CD:' . 

OihYr receipts 

TOTAL RECEIPTS :__ - j 

EXPENDITURES •■""-"■• - — 

(For What Expended), 

Administration ■ - L ' - 

Roads 

Bridge. 






ds of the Rood District.- and 



MiiMlle/ oMoyqlrable lor 
■ ^ife ramlnal 



AMOUNT 



^29,593.43 * 
'172,720.98; 

20,000.00 *. 
1,096,94 : 
5,837.44, 
6,368.74 
70,000.00 
, 235.00 
305,852.53 



75,612.18 



. 






I 



* ■ K 
II 

: 



Signed and sworn to before me this 9th day of April, 1985. 

(seal) : - • • ■••■■-■ ■:■:.- 



GENERAL TOWN FUND 
RECAPITULATION, 



REVENUE: ■:'"._ 
(either cash receipts or revenue) 
Balance on Hand at Beginning of this Fiscal Yoor 
j (Excluding CD. Investment) v 
-foxesT Property^ : ■■•_ 
■Personal Property Replacement Tax . 
Receipts from Other Government Agenefes : Tox Sales 
Other Reimbursements . 
Interest on CD. Investments 
Redemption of.CD. Investments 
Current CD. Investments 
Year 9 Block Grant Funds Received 

TOTAL RECEIPTS 
EXPENDITURES 

(either cosh disbursements or expenditures) 
Administration Expense-Officials 
Asses$or'.sE.xpenie-Offlce_ 
Office expense-Supervisor 
Other-Audit. Legal. Community Service, 

Newsletter; etc. 
Captitol Outlay-Equipment, Land Acquisition. Building 

Contingencies • . 

Purchase of CD. Investment 

Town Hall 8 Office Expense 

Year 9 Block Grant Funds Expended 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES 
Total Receipts 

Total Expenditures * ., 

— _r__ — ^ . - — j— — 

Balance 



— —— .. . ' 



429.778.52 
33,861.19 



Betty J. Nieml, 
': Notary 



AMOUNT 

74,649.56 

194.471.71 

17.494.4B 

. : 1.879.30 

4.081.41 

8.485.06 

45.000.00 

65.000.00 

18.717.00 

429.778.52 



110,530.00 

. 49,178.37 

20.287.25 

29.937,65 

39,519.58 

319.93 

60.000.00 

5,371 ;41 

18.717.00 

333,861.19 



, Building . 
Equipment-Truck Rental 
Payment of Loans 
CD. Investment . 
Payment of Anticipation Warrants' 
Transfer to Other Funds 
Capital Outlay ' ':■' 
Street lights 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES 
Total Receipts 
Total Expenditures 
Total Asset Balance 
(Including CD.) ■'■■'.■ 



305.852.53 
269.675.76 



2,400.00 
65,000.00 



106,666.51 

19,997.07 

269,675.76 



36.176.77. 



-^57917:33 



STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY Of LAKE.is - 
TOWNOFGRANT 

V The following Is a statement by Alberta Ann Miller, Supervisor of the Town of Grant In 
the County anaState aforesaid, of the amount of public funds received and expended by 
him during the fiscal year just closed, ending on A/larch 31, 1985,Showlng the amount of ' 
public funds expended and for what purposes expended, during fiscal year ending as 
aforesaid.. '" ~ . 

The. said supervisor, being duly, sworn, doth depose and toy that the 'following 
statement by him subscribed is a correct statement of the. amount of public funds on 
hand at the commencement of the fiscal year above stated, the amount of public funds 
received, and the sources Irom .which received, and the amount expended; and pur- 
poses for which expended, asset forth in said statement, . 

The attached pages two through 3 is a complete list of expenditures for the fiscal year 
ending March 31. 1985. - . / 

• Alberta Ann Miller, - 
- - - j ■ -.-.-'- : Supervisor- 

Signed and sworn, to before me this 9th doy of April. 1985. 
(SEAL) ,_ 

Betty J. Nieml. 

— . '- Notary- 

— I M.R.F.FUND ~ — ... .,... — ^- ,-V ' ■-■■-s == 



--• -;~ r-T7 -— 



, «omlrta|loh:ot;fh«:OHjc» 

of. ihe Rood District ..Clerk. 
. 37908:N; ifalrtretd .Rood. 
Lake Villa, Illinois 60046, 
;Dated; This lllh.doy of 
£ June 1985. ; '*--.■ y;;v$-7>- •/ 
■ i; Susan C. Hanson. 
• Town Clerk 
Lake Villa Township 
nv. June 13, 1985 
i 'S-' .^;-".:-;:,^68SB-t32^V : 

_UOAL-^~ 
STATE Of ILLINOIS 
COUNTY Of LAKE 
TOWN Of LAKI VILLA 
'NOTICI 

.™" ':. Ii '.Susan.C.iHdns6n,-do^= 
hereby state .that' t am the 
Town Clerk in and for the 

■ Lake Villa Township and I 
am Clerk for the Town ol 
LokeVlllo. 

I. do further, state that' 
an Ordinance was duly 
adopted • by the Town 
Board of Trustees of the 

_ Town of Lake Villa. Loke 

County being entitled "An , 

'Ordinance Authorizing and • 

Ascertaining : the 

Prevailing Rate ol Wages 

for Laborers, Workmen 

.and Mechanics Employed 

on Public Works' In the 

Town of Lake- Villa, Lake 

County,. - Illinois'* at , a 

meeting held at the office 

of the Town Clerk on the 

11th day of June. 1985,—'. 

The original Ordinance. 

-which lists. the applicable ' 
prevailing rate of. wages, 

■ . is part of the official recor- 
ds of the 'Town* of Lake 
Villa, and Is on file and 
available for examination 
at the Office of the Town 
Clerk; 37908. N, .Fairfield 
Road, Lake Villa. Illinois 
60046. 
Dated: This I lth day of 

. Juno 1 985 . ^-- "'•-' ■ - — •— 






AMOUNT 



■i 






GENERAL ASSISTANCE FUND 
RECAPITULATION 

> . 

REVENUE: 

(either cosh receipts or revenue) 

Balance on Hand at Beginning of this Fiscal Year 

(Excluding CD. Investment) 
Toxes, Property 

Current CD. Investment > 

Miscellaneous Reimbursements \ 

Reimbursements for Winchester House Expenses 
Interest on CD. Investments 

TOTAL RECEIPTS 
EXPENDITURES: 

(either cash disbursements or expenditures) 

Administration Expense 

Hospitalization and Medical Care 

Institutional Care-Winehesler House 

Transient Core 

General Assistance-Home Relief 

Funeral Expenses 

Capital Outlay-Food Pontry f 

Purchase of CD. Investment 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES 
Toiol Receipts 
Total Expenditures 
Balance 



DISTRICT TREASURER'S ANNUAL Rf PORT OF ROAD FUNDS 

Rial VED AND DISBURSED FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING MARCH SI. IffU 

ST ATE Of ILLINOIS OFFICE OF TREASURER 

COUNT Y OF LAKI.n — ; OF THE ROAD DISTRICT 



RECAPITULATION 



* 



' 


32.408.54 




80.685.06 




160,000.00 




369.45 




10,751.51 


* 


14612.44 




298,627.00 


- 


33,056.25 




12,586.84 


, 


71 19.46 




120.00 




11.923.14 




1,950.00 




1.393.52 




35.000,00 




103,149.85 


298.827.00 




103.149.84 






195,667.16 

- 1 — ■ — 



REVENUE: 

(either cash receipts or revenue) 

Balance on Hand at Beginning of this Fiscal Year 

Taxes, Property 

, TOTAL RECEIPTS 
EXPENDITURES 

(either cash disbursements or expenditures) 
Retirement 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES 
Total Receipts 
Total Expenditures 



AMOUNT 

4,660.16 
38.105.46 
42.765.62 



; Susan C. Hanson. 

.\ fawn Clerk 

Lake Villa Township 

June 13, 1985 

685B-I33-LV 



1 



38,083.69 
•*vl 38.083.69 
42,765.62 ? — — — -- 
38.083.69 



Balance 



REVENUE SHARING FUND 
RECAPITULATION 



: 



DISTRICT OF GRANT TOWNSHIP 

To the Highway Commissioner, District ol Grant Township County of Lake State ol 
Illinois: 

I. Alberta Ann Miller. Treasurer of the Road District ol Grant Township, County of 
Loke. State of Illinois, being duly sworn, depose and soy that the following statement by 
me subscribed is a correct statement of the amount of rood district funds on hand at the 
beginning ol the fiscal year above stated: the amount of rood funds received; the sour- 
ces from which received: the amount expended, and the purpose for which expended, 
as set forth in said statement. - 

The attached pages two through 16 Is a complete list ol expenditures for the fiscal 

year ending March 317 19857" — .. : : "" T ~" ; r-. 

. Alberta Ann Miller,. 
Treasurer 



REVENUE: 

(either cash receipts or revenue) 

Balance oh Hand at Beginning of this Fiscal Year 

(Excluding CD t Investment) ' " 

Interest on.CD.'s— 

Interest refund-Fishing Derby 

Current CD. Investment 

Temporary Loans Repaid (Stamps) 

Borrowing-Tax Warrants-Band Proceeds 

Transfer* from Other Funds 

Federal Revenue Shoring Receipts' 
TOTAL RECEIPTS 

EXPENDITURES: 

(either cash disbursements or expenditures) 

Administration Expense ~ 

Land I Acquisition. :. . . . " . ~ 

Public Transportation . ' 

Youth Expense- 
Social Services 

Township Building 

To Rood and Bridge Fund 

Transfers to Other Fundi 

Community Services 
, Purchase of CD. Investment 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES 
-Total Receipts _ — rj 

Tot al Exp enditures 

Balonce 




,., --.. 



4,681.93 



AMOUNT 



43,999.03 

2.592.83 

30.00 

50.000.00 

13.00 




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3 



T47;643TO" 
144,277.91 



.683.06 

10.146.00 

6,38 8 .00 

250.00 

2,000.00 

63.94 

. 5,000.00 



>. -LEGAL— 

NOTiaOf . 
PUBLIC HEARING: 

^-_Nbtice Is: hereby. 'given 
that the Zoning Board of 
Appeals of. the. Village of 
Graysiake.; Illinois, will 
hold a public hearing In the 
Council - Room ' : of \ the 
Village Hall, at 164 Hawley ._ 
Street, on July 2. 196S at 

•7:35 P^A. or as soon 
therealter as said hearing 
can be reached on the 
agenda for the purpose ol 
considering a petition Irom 
American Notional Bank 
and ' Trust Company ' ol 
Chicago as Trustee. under 
Trust. Number 33318 doted 
August 15, 1974 and 

-William— G.— Govas and 
Crystal I. Govas, Husbond 
ond Wife for.rezonlng the 
following described real 
estate Irom County ol Lake 
Agricultural (AG) Zone 
and Highway Commercial 



I- ■ 



_U4.277.9I 

" 74.909.9r 



378.91 
50,000.00 
74,909.81 



(HC) Zone to General 
Business (GB) Zone: 

LEGAL DESCRt PTION t 
The North hall of the 
South half ol the Nor- 
theast Quarter of Sec-. 
Hon 36 (except the 
East 2 rods thereof and 
excep t the West 25 



Signed and sworn to before me this 9th day ol April. 1985. 



Stgr 
(SEAL 



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; 



,. 



Betty J. Nieml. 
Notary 



69:368.00 

June 13, 1985 

tilt 1 ? 5 " 



ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND 
RECAPITULATION RECEIPTS 



I 



I: 




r-r^rrr. — 

•• ■ ■ 

ft . * ' - Ik 
- 
- 



o 

RECEIPTS. . 

(Funds Received) 

Balance on Hand at Beginning ol this Fiscal Year ■ - 
(Excluding CD.) . . - 

Toxes, Property . _ 

Personal Properly Replacement Tax 

Receipts from Other Government Agencies-Tax Sales 

Current CD. Investment 

Interest on CD. ' 

Transfer from Other Funds 

Other reimbursements • 

Redemption of CD. Investment " 
- TOTAL RECEIPTS 

EXPENDITURES: - r - -. 

(For What Expended) • 

Administration 

Roads 

Bridge 

-Building 

Equipment-Parts and Repairs 

Payment of Loans-Purchase of Machinery 

Poyment of Bonds— Interest 

CD. Investment 

Transfer lo Other Funds 

Liability Insurance 

* TOTAL EXPENDITURES 

Tola! Receipts 

Total Expenditures v ~~'J 

"total Asset Balance' 

(including CO.) ■ ' — 



AMOUNT 



58.361.87 
148.1 88,98 

13,411.22 

_ ' 770.59 

"70,000,00 

6,984.07 

" 5.000.00 

1,057.93 

25,000.00 
328,769.66 



33.465.43 
73,124.87 



—LEGAL- — 

GREATER ROUND LAKE FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT 
ORDINANCE ASCERTAINING THE PREVAILING RATE 

OF WAGES FOR LABORERS, WORKMEN AND 

» MECHANICS EMPLOYED ON PUBLIC WORKS 
OF SAID DISTRICT MIM * 
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that. Ihe Board of Trustees of 
.the GREATER ROUND LAKE FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT 
did, on the 11th' day of'June,- A.D., 1985, unanimously 
adopted on Ordinance wlih rospoci toascorioining the 
prevailing rate of wages for lobcreres, workmen and 
mechanics employed on public works of sold District; o 
copy of that Ordinance Is available at the office of Ihe 
GREATER ROUND LAKE FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT. 409 
West Nippersink, Round Lake, Illinois 60073, for public in- 
spection, ■ _ i__ 

/s/PaulWillen, 
Secretary 
Greater Round Lake Fire Protection District 
DATED this 1 1 th day of June. 1 985. 

- •■■■--■ Juno 13, 1985 

; "■-'-. 658B-J34-HL 



— UOAL- 
STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE" 



■ 



328,769.66 
228,569.87 



860,71 
13,064.40 
.30,584.46- 

70,000.00 

7,470100 
228.569.87 



100.199.79 



—LEGAL- 
NOTICE 

-'. Notice is hereby given 
that a Public Hearing will 
be held by the Fax Lake 
Fire Protection District on 

- Its; Budget ~;0nd " Ap- 
propriation Ordinance for 

'the Fiscal Year Junel, 19B5 

through May 31, 1986 at 

^the-Flre-Stattonr-Nor^: 



(Socio) Clubj, Jngiesiae, 
Illinois on the I lth doy of 
July, 1985 at 7:30_P.M, A 
copy df ihe 'Tentative Or- 
dinance is available for 
Public Inspection at .the 
Grant Township Hall, ^411 
Washington.- Street. 
Ingleside. Illinois, 6004 i . -7 - 



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1 48 Lakeland Newspapers 



June" 13, 19f]5_ 
"6858-1 36- FL 



-LAKE VIUA TOWNSHIP- 
ROAD DISTRICT 

- NOTICE 

• I, Susan C. Hanson, do 
hereby stale that I am the 
Road District Clerk in and 
for the Lake Villa Township 
Road District and I am 
Clerk for the Town of Lake 

' Villa. 1 ' •'.; -■ 

I, do further state that 
an - .Ordinance -was -duly ■ 
adopted by the Highway. 
Commissioner of the Town 
of Lake Villa, Lako County 
being entitled "An Or- 
dinance Authorizing and 
Ascertaining- — the* 
Prevailing Rate of Woges 
lor Laborers, Workmen 
and Mechanics .Employed 
on Public Works inMhe 
Town of Lake Villa, loke 
County, Illinois" "at a 
meeting held at the" Off Ice 

' of the Town Clerk on the 
11th day of Juno. 1985. 
. The original Ordlnoneo,- 
which lists the applicable 

f >revollin g rote o I wages, ■ 
s part ol the officlolrecor-" 



acres thereof and also 
except the North 230 
feel of the West 250 
feet of the East 283 feet 

- thereof). Township 45 
North, Range 10, East 
ot the Third Principal 
Meridian. - In Lake 

-— County^lllinoli; " 



The property is located 
on the west side of U.S. 
Highway 45 and the south 
side ol State Route 120 and 
contains approximately 
13.5 acres In its entirety. It 
is further known as the 
Country Squire. . - 

All . interested parties 
are invited to attend said 
hearing and be hoard if "so 

desired. 

Doled at . Groysloke, 
Lake County, Illinois ihis 
13lh day ol June,, 1985. 

.'< Charles Eldeh, 
-'Chairmonp 



Zoning Board of Appeals 
Village ol Groysloke 
June 13. 1985' 
685B-139.GL 



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Ada King 

FuneraLservices for Ada 
Tillotson King; 89, of Antioch ■ . 
were held on Saturday, June 
8, at ;the VSifahg Funeral 
Home in Antiochv ; • 
^.Mrs^ King died on . Tjfmr- 
sday/ June; 6 - at • Victory" : 
Memorial Hospital in 
Waukegan. She was born on! 
Jan; 8rl896 in Plkeville Cor- ~r 
ners, Kenosha County, Wis. 

She. had* been -a school 
teacher at West" [Newport 
Grade Schooland later far- 
med ; witfi her husband for. 
many years in Newport 
Township. She was a mem- 
ber- ^br.r^he^Mlllburn... 
Congregational Church and 
a member of the Ladies Aid 
and. 'the Devotional .Study 
-Group of the church. She was 
a charter member of the , 
Lake County Home- Bureau 
and a member of the senior 
citizens of Antioch. 

Survivors include two 
daughters, Marielleh Lange 
of LHebron, 111. and Grace 
(William) Strahan. of An-, 
-tioch; .one ...son, ; Wilson . 
(Virginia) King of Phoenix, 
Ariz>,vone sister; 17 grand- r 
-children^ 1 — 18— -great-- 
grandchildren;-' and . one 
great great-grandchild. 
Interment was at Hickory 
— UnionrCemeteiyinearrAn— 
pocto^vw 

Florenetiewby 

iFuneral services for . 
> Florerie "Sally" Newby (nee 
Drain ) , 48, of Round Lake 
Park were held on Monday, : 
June 10 1 in Round Lake. . 

Mrs. Newby died on June 7 

at Lake Forest Hospital in 

Lake Forest. She was born 

;^on Sept. 18i 1836 in Chicago, 

'and .had: been, ;at home In 

"Round Lake Park for the last 

-34 years. :. .' r 7_.Li-_. „i. _ 

,. "She^'waa^a member and 

Deaconess or the Calvary 

'resbylerian Church ' of 

id Lake, and a member 

of\ the Ruth Circle. She was 

also a member of the United 

ibyterian Women. She 

was a, member of the Round 

Lake Lioness Club and the 

Round Lake Area Womeri's- 

Auxiliary. She was /an 

assembler employed with In- 

termalic Corp. of Spring 

Grove for the past eight 

years, — — 



James Page 

Funeral services with Mass 
of Christian Burial forf 
James E. Page, 48, of An- 
tioch were . held on Wed- 
nesday, June 12 in 
Waukegan. . "" [_ 
"Mr. Page~died ~on~Satur-~ 
day, June 8 at Star Hospice, 
St. Therese Hospital in 
Waukegan. He -was born on 
Aug. 19, 1936 in Zion, and had 
lived in Winthrop ' Harbor 
'before moving to Antioch in 
■1974.;' i ' V J- 

.He was a member and past 
governor or the Loyal Order 
of the Moose Lodge No. 525 of 
Antioch, He was also a mem- 
ber and past president of 
Illinois Moose Associations 
Dist. No. 3. He served in the 
U.S. Coast Guard from 1954 
until 1962. He worked as a 
■heavy equipment operator 
for the HBolander Con J 
struct ion Co. of Liberty ville. 
-Survivors include his wlfe,- 
Judy; two daughters, Peggy 
(Glenn) Learmoht of 
Waukegan and Susan Page 
at home; his mother, Ida 
Page of Brdbmfieid, TColo;; 
and four sisters. -.■ 
__ Intermenliwas'lat_Ascen^ 
sion Cemetery in Liber- 
tyville. 

Vivian Sinosh 




Hospital in Waukegan. She 
was born in Chicago,- ■ 
.Survivors include her 
husband,' Richard -C. ^An- 
derson of Lake Villa; her 



suurvng/n 
Stems From Civil War 



ByJOHNSTEINKE The Democratic presidential nominee, 

"Most Lake County voters believe that Hell Franklin Pierce, buried Scott in the election, 
mother, Henrelta Hanssen of - j s peopled by two kinds of folks: those who Other than Lyndon B. Johnson in 1964, no 
W °H k _j B -*mL',« lw ?-A °*_' don't read the Bible and those who vote Democratic presidential candidate has 

DemTCratic._Whyhas LakeCounty-hadTi— -captured Lake County since Franklin Pierce 



Richard \T~ (Laurie)— An 

derson of Round Lake Beach 

and Todd C. (Cheryl) An- 



bounty on Democrats for the past 130 years? 
It was the early settlement pattern of Lake 



crisis, which formed the electoral division 
between the Republican and Democratic 
parties. The Republican bias of most Lake 
Count ians was rooted in the area's set- 
tlement by Whig partisans from* New 
England, Pennsylvania and New York. 
These people were Whig supporters on their 
arri va I a nd were. ardent abolitionists by the 
time of the Civil War. Lake County was 
fSSiB^^SSSS^ Predominantly settled by these Easterners, 

and their sons and daughters, grandsons and 
granddaughters, great grandsons and great 
granddaughters,- who" ' tended to- vote- 
Republican thereafteL^ 



and four grandchildren. 

Myrtle Cole 

Funeral services for Myrtle 
M. Cole, 76, of Fox .Lake 
were held on Thursday, June 
6 at . the Strang Funeral 
Chapel in Grayslake. 
Mrs. Cole died on Satur- 



jn 1852. - The Whig party "■ was [ hopelessly 
divided by the issue of slavery in 1854 and the 

Republican party came into existence. 



was born on April 2, 1909 in 
Shawano, Wis. She was a 
member of the Jehovah 
Witnesses of Spring Grove, 
Kingdom Hall. 

Survivors include three 
sons,' Gordon Cole of 
California, Jerry Cole ,of : 
Steam Boat, Colo, and 
James Cole in Fox Lake; 12 
grandchildren; five great- 
grandchildren; one sister; 
and one brother. 

interment was at Highland 
-Memorial Park Cemetery in 
Liberty ville. 



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On 




Francis Kersten 



Funeral services for Vivian 
I; Sinesh (nee Davis), 74 . of 
Gurnee were, held on 
Saturday, June 8 in Gurnee. 

Mrs. Sinesh : died, -on 
Wednesday, June 5 at her 
home. She was born on Aug. 
13, 1910 in Zion, and had lived 
in. Gurnee for the past 70 
years. '"■'■'. '.'■ 

She attended the Gurnee 
Community Church and was 
a member of the Warren 
Cemetery -~Assnr: and - the 
Elderberries Senior Citizens 

Assn. ' :"^:f ■ • 

- Survivors Vinclude one 
brother, Richard (Hermit) 
Davis of Punta Gorda, Fla.; 
and many ■ nieces and 
nephews. Burial was at 
Warren Cemetery in Gur- 
nee. 

Robert Hig hland 

Funeral services for Robert 
Arthur Highland, 60, of 
Round Lake Park were held 
on Thursday, June 6 in 
Round Lake. 



In the 1850's, the Republicans replaced the 
Whjgs in, the politica l turb ulence preceding 
.Funeral services' .for - Iher Civil, vyar. The emergence - or~the~ 
Francis G. Kersten, 79, of Republican party and its subsequent 

dominatioh~of Lake County and ^national 



Antioch - ~*were~heTd~~Qir ■ 
Thursday, June 6 at the. 
Strang Funeral Home in 
Antioch. 

Mr. Kersten -died on 
Monday, June 3 at Victory 
Memorial Hospital in 
Waukegan. He was born on 
Sept. 17, 1905 in Montana and 
had lived in.' Antioch since 
1970. . ■ ' ' 

— ^He was a member of the • 
National Fraternal Society 
fo the Deaf.- He had worked 
as a machinist for the Phoell 
Mfg. Co., retiring in 1970. 

Survivors include his wife, 
Anna; one step-son, Lloyd 
(Anne Marie) Borguss of 
Key La rgo, 1 . Fla . ; three 
grandchildren; and five 
great-grandchildren. 
^rlntermentwas^i^Hillside- 
Cemetery In Antioch. $ 

Margaret LaRue 

Funeral services for 



politics were the direct outgrowth of the 
great debate over slavery and the ultimate 
issue of the Civil War. From 1860 to 
1932— nearly three-quarters of a century— it 
was -the Republicans, who dominated the 
political scene. Only twice did the Democrats 
have a brief resurgence, in the days of 
Graver Cleveland (1884-1920). It was 
divisions among the Republicans that con- 
tributed to Cleveland's ' and Wilson's elec- 
tions. - 



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Survivors include her 
husband, Donald. G.; ' two 
daughters,. Donna (Lee) 
Burton of Manton, Calif, and 
Sally Ann Newby of Round 
Lake Park; three \>ons, 
Donald C. (Diane) Newby of 
"RoundTLake7~Thomas~A- 
Newby of Round Lake and 
William R. Newby of Round 
Lake Park; three sisters; 
#vo brothers; and four gran- 
dchildren. 
^Iiiferment_was_ at •Ayoh'T 
-CenlreCemeteryrnorth-of- 
Grayslake. 

Robert Krlf tan Sr. 

_'. Mass of lbe,Resurrection 
for Robert Kristan Sr., 63, of 
Gurnee was held on Satur- 
day, June 8 in Wadswdrth. - 
- Mr. Kristan died an June 6 
at his home. He was born on 
Feb. 8, 1922 In Libertyville 
Township, and was a life 
long resident of this area. He 
had^een^mployed at Ascen- 
sion 'Cemetery as the 
assistant sexton: -r ■_ 

,;■ Survivors include his wife, 
Lillian; one daughter, 
Lillian (Michael) Anselm of 
Gurnee; two sons, Robert Jr. 
(Jeanne) of Round Lake and 
Gerald ,.(Joan) of Round 
Lake; r four grandchildren;- 
two. sisters; .and two 

arothers. .^ii_^_._ .: -^S 

rmtenhent7was-at~Ascen-T 

[ sion " Cemeterv .: in : Liber- 
tyville, - ; ■ ■--"■•^ -"•'.-. 

[Thursday, June 1 3; 1 985 '■ . 



ft 

... The Republicans are the only truly suc- 
cessful new national political parly to arise 
in the last 13d years! The Republican party 
grew out of a period of political stagnation in 
the 1840s and 1850s during which one. inef- 
fective President succeeded another and the 
drift toward civil war was accelerated. 
Millard Fillmore presided over the demise of 
the Whig party in the 1850s. Fillmore was an 
accideritaLPresident. He replaced Zachary 
Taylor, who died in office in 1850. A tem- 
porizer on the issue of slavery, Fillmore 
trapped himself between two tactions of the 
Whig party:. Northern abolitionists and 
Southern states-rights men. He was defeated 



The GOP was founded on the principle: 
opposition to slavery. In 1854, in response to 
Southern attempts to spread the "peculiar 
institution" westward, a group of Northern - 
Whlgs, Free Soilers and dissident Democrats 
met at Ripon, Wis., to form a new, party, 
which they called Republican after the 
earlier party of Thomas Jefferson. The 
'Republican party was- an aggregation of 
Free-Soilers, Independent Democrats,: 
Conscience Whigs, Know-Nothings, Barn- 
burners, abolitionists and teetotalers. The 
GOP was able to field a substantial 
presidential candidacy under John C. 
-Fremont in thel856elections i ___^ i 
' - As the struggle over slavery intensified the 
f ledgli ng party a ttracted m ore m em bers , but 
it needed something beyond the slavery issue 
alone/ The GOP became dominant when it 
' put together a coalition embracing many 
issues under the leadership of its first 
President Abraham Lincoln. Nominated for. 
the presidency in I860, Lincoln supported the 
programs that would appeal to Easterner 

- and Westerner, farmer and merchant, im- 
migrant and homesteader. The party tried 
not to alienate a single group outside the 
South as it proposed high tariffs, land grants 

~to~railroa"ds7federaraid for river and harbor — 
projects, liberalized naturalization laws and 

~ free land in the West for small farmers,™ ~- — 
The Civil War crisis did quite as much. to 
create a solid Republican North as it did a 
solid Democratic South. Lake County was 

■ marginally Democratic from its infancy 
until 1854, when the Civil War crisis and the 
Eastern migration converted the electorate 
to the emerging Republican party! From 
1854 to 1930, county voters didn' t support any 
statewide Democratic candidate. 
Next week, we will explore how Lake 

- County responded to the Civil War (1861- 
1865). — 

Hew Slate - 

At the May 21 meeting and Installation of 
Officers, the Wildwood Evening Unit of 
Home Extension installed the following slate 
of new Officers; President-Diana Gibour; 
Secretary-Wendy Berreth; Treasurer-Mary 
Hagman; International Chainnan-Thelma 
Hechmann ; Public Inf ormation-Vi v G walt- 
ney; Citizenship & Safety-Dorothy Harkins 
and Cultural Arts & Arts & Crafts Co- 
ChairmetbSharon Basovsky and Winky 
Hankins. 

Plans were made for the Unit's annual 



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MrTHiprtaimTUedTm^unc^^ 

at St. Mary's Hospital in MjjrtrAntloch were held on C(mvenUon by ^^^ Winri eid Scott. 

isconsih. He was born on Wednesday, June 12 in 



Wisconsin 

Jan. 16, 1925 in Chicago, and 

had been a resident of Round 

Lake Park for the past 22 

years.. 

: H e was a member of ^the 

Moose Lodge .7Jo.\. 706, . a^. 
memberof the University of 
Illinois Alumni Sigma Phi' 
Epsilon and a -graduate- of 
the Austin High School. "He 
,was a retired sales training 



"Picnic-Pot-Luck Dinner!' on Tuesday 
eveni ng. June 18 at 7:30 p.m. at the" Ex- 
tension Building on Hwy . 45, Grayslake. 



Waukegan. 

Mrs.. LaRue died on 
Friday! June 7 at the Univer- 
sity of Illinois, Hospital in 
Chicago. She was born on 
-July-5,-l925-in:suPeteri 
sburg.Fla. 

She was a member of the 
Swedish Glee Club and had 
been a registered nurse at 
the VA Hospital at Downey 



supervisorJor_Uie;A:BrDicJe2iaridNprth^CJu\ago;^ 



Co., Niles, and" a part time 
security guard at Baxter . 
Travcnol. 

Survivors include his wife, 
Marilynn; \ three .sons, 
William (Lynn) of Morrison, 
Colo., Second Lieutenant 
Jeffcry (Susan) of Van- 
denberg Air Force Base. 
Calif, and James (Mary) of 
Bloomfietd Hills, Mich.; one 
daughter, Diane (Timothy) 
Connolly of Ypsilanti, Mich.; 
one half-sister; his step- 
mother; and four step;, 
sisters. •■ '^'.--V^ 

-; interment was at Highland 
Memorial 'Park in Libcr- 

-jtyvlllo; 

Violet Anderson v 

•Private seryices for Viqler 
• Anderson^of Lake Villa were 
held on Thursday, June 6jin 



Round Lake^ii^ i.rg^ ■■■■- =^^-- 
• , Mrs. t. Anderson died- on 
June 3 pt VictoryMemorial 



Survivors include her 
husband, Jesse J. LaRue; 
four' children, Jame (Suzan- 
ne) LaRue of Springfield, 
Todd LaRue of ^Waukegan, 
Mary (Victor) Rojek of An- 
. tioch and Kathleen LaRue of 
Wadsworth; one grandchild ; 
-two brothers; and one sister. 

Interment was at Highland. 
Memorial Park Cemetery in 
Libertyville. 

- Foresters Meeting 

The next general mem- 
bership meeting of the In- 
dependent .Order of 

,. Foresters, Court 1302, will be 
held at 8 pirn, on Tuesday, 

.June 18, at- the-Coldwell 
Bankers in, Mundelein, Rte. 
176 and Rte, 45. The public is 

- Invited to 'attend -the. meni 
bership meetings.. For 'fur- 

-ther. '^ information IjContacfe 
-Tom Straus at (312) 966-9700 
or (312) 432-7506. \ , 




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write this article, the 

i family is enjoying the 

kfled tehip&ftture or 

randywine Holidome in 
III. Surrounded by 

i! trees; vwatsrtaHs. 

ling pool and poolside 

Ue tends to forget they 



room.N awards were presen- 
ted to Adam Marsala, Josh 
. Wolff and Beth Boerman for 
perfect Attendance; :, Billy 
Bratton, Alexandra Arnold 
and Bradley 'pHDerJeach 
received an '. ; achievement 
aMfard in! ijtrleajajngi 
'Achievement awards for out- 



tending The State Con- p standing boys and gfrls were 



mathematics-,: Carrier 
McGuire '/'.and ,Pat : .Smerz 
each i - : received /an. 
achievement award in 
spelling. By the way, Carrie 
McGuire is moving away 
from, the Grass; Lake. area 
and. her fellow classmates 
wish heir the best at her new 



Mike Zbylut and Edward 
Leaner. Rachael Arnold and 
John Hines received an 
achievement award in math. 
Rachael Arnold received an 
achievement award ip 
reading Spelling 

achievement 'awards were 
presented to Matt Fleshman, 



jm~ of - >the--Disabled 
|lcan Veterans.- ... _r\. 
jrrection pn last weeks 
le regarding P anoVB 

tic LessJons/ for teens 
(onday nights, The time 

1 6 to 8 p.m. 
igratulations to all the 
ren who received awar^ 

May: 24 from grades 

five. Unfortunately, I 
Dl have all the grades, 
| would like to report the 

i that I' have. In Mr. 

l's first grade room 
ryone received a 
iiir award for all the 



presented to David LaForge, 
Alex Groh, Suzie Johnson 
and Beth Boerman, : Ms. 
Olsen's fourth grade class 
: awards '. are. as follows: 
Kather jne Harris; r Melissa ; 
Olenick and \ Patrick Sphere' 
were presented awards for 
high — ; scholastic 
achievement., John Mazzuca 
and Patrick Smerz received 
an award for perfect at- 
tendance. Effort, awards 
were presented to Cathleen 
-Chinn, Monica Madden, 
JSorry Hansen, Michelle 
Simonson and .Carrie HiWer. 



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fledge gained regarding James Va rno and Carrie 

dinosaur studies. In McGuire^received-: an 
Larseh's second grade • achievement award in 



school and will miss her tool 
Ms, Boesdorf er's fifth grade 
class received the following 
awards: Rachael Arnold, 
John Hines, Amy Hansen 
and Jimmy Utinahs received 
outstanding achievement. in 
overall academics.— Matt 
Fleshman received an .' 
award for perfect at- 
tendance. Awards of ap- 
preciation were presented to 
Rachael Arnold and John 



Hines. Effort-awards were 
presented to Matt Fleshman. 



Rachael Arnold, John Hines 
and Mike Zbylut. : 

Learning resource awards 
were presented to -David 
Komperda, Wayne . Olsen, 
Kalhy Watlsteadt and Stacey 
Zbylut. Cindy Vandrush 
presented art awards to the 
following- students: —First 
grade: Chris Groh, Jeff 
LaForge and Lisa Prill er. 
Second grade: Wendy Char- 
• vat. Thiftp^grade: * Beth 
Emnghtr~Fourth-^grade:- 
Melissa Olenick and Fifth' 



grade:. Dawn Gardin, Mrs., 
Crawford presented awards 
for effort to Jamie Brausam 
and JKristen Clifford, first 
graders. 'Adam .Marsala , 
who's in the second grade, 
Joel Mosier and Sandra - 
Weber who are in kin- • 
dergarten and Cathleen 
Chinn who's in the fourth ■> 
grade. Improvement awards 
were presented to Kathleen . 
Benes (third grade) , Krisien 
Clifford (first grade) Lisa 
Priller (first grade), Jason 
Kaufman (third grade)' and 
John Mazucca ( f ou r t h 
grade). Graduation awards 
from speech, were presented * 
to Lisa Priller (first grade), 
Jeff Fleshman. (second 
grade); ..' Jason Kaufman' . 
(third grade) and Rachael 
Arnold - ( fifth grade) . 
Congratulations to you all! ' 

Happy Birthday to Lin- 

dsey ;i Ellis who will be 

-celebrating her third bir- 

thday 'on June 26. 



Congratulations, to Craig 
Campbell on catching one of 
the Chain-O-Lake's tagged 
fish. It's great to see a local 
boy win. The fishing derby is 
going on all summer, so good 
luck to you anglers and let 
me know if you catch any. 

If you have children who 
are babysitting age, you 
might be interested in the 
clinic being offeredjby Con- 
dell Memorial Hospital. The 
clinic is being offered to 
children ten years Of age or 
older, and will be held in the 
hospital's cafeteria/ Various 
aspects of baby silting will be 
covered during the-program 
including safety, taking care 
of f$ infants, Handling 
emergency situations and 
entertaining children. The 
clinic will be held at 9 a.m. 
June -22. Parents of in- 
terested young people must 
register in advance by 
calling (312) 362-2900, ext. 
5275. Each participant will 
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WISCONSIN TWIN Lokes. 

zoned c omtrjer ciol 

residential 2-story, 3- 
bedroom, " 1 '/» baths, 
across street to own 
private ' beach. 2-cor. 
garage. All aluminum 
sided. Atlas pier and pon- 
toon, boat Included. 
J 90.000 firm. Appointment- 
only. 

(414)877.3888 
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$139,900 
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BY OWNER: • Woukepan 3 
bedroom 2'-'. car garage, 
mid 50's. • ■ 

(312)662-6253 

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7 ROOM RANCH on % 
acre, 3 bedrooms; 1 Vi 
baths, heated— 2% car- 



garage, with 

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inground 

Asking 



569,500. No agents please. 

(015)653-5988 

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v BUYERS AND Sellers come' 
together every week in 
Lakeland Classified. Try it 
and seel • ,■ 

HANDY MAN special; 
Chain Olakes area, good 
condition, new paint, beat, < 
hot . water, 2 lots, good * 

. well and septic,- 2- 
bedroom, - possibly 3- 
bedroom, $2500 down, 

. total price $29,000, $350 

r -Pm: Great lir»t home or 
rental at $375 plus. Owner ^ 

'relocating.' v"~~ -. 

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LARGE 3 BEDROOM. Tri- 
level, excellent neigh- 
borhood, close to shopping 
and schools. Mid 70s'. 

(312)336-1266 . '*' 
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(312)362-5340 «* . 
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YOU NEED A PRO 

NO. 104 GURNEE Two story cofoniol with lull 
finished basement, three plus bedrooms 1,5. 
baths, two car* attached garage', fenced yard cat-, 
in kitchen and formal dining area, large rooms. ~ 
Only S79.900. . 

NO. 105 WANT A GOOD BUVT Owner says ' 
soil I! Four bedrooms, family room with wood 
burning fireplace, lormal dining room nbwer kit- 
chen and 7 cor garago. Sits on three lots with lake 
rights. A must to see at $66,900, 
NO. 106 ASSUME 8.3% LOAN immaculate 
quad level in .prestige area. Cathedral ceiling*. 
family and recreation rooms three forgo 
hedruamv cippliam as iwo no*l>> |iln- g.i'MU," l«jsi 
hstod ot S79.90O. 

NO. 107 REDUCED WITH EHA &VA FINANCING 
lovely raised ranch with nowoi carpeting. 
large corner lot with privacy fence. Redwood deck 
otl dining area and 2.5 car garage Close lo city * 
poik shopping and locaictl '•■■ fmo O'ui ■•»>«» %ub 
division. S75.900. w ~-=^^ 

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WATERFRONT HOME! 

A charming year round home wilh. six acres on^ 
Camp Lake (approximately 1000ft. on the water- 
front) Northwest of Antioch. Lovely rooms include 
the. spacious high-ceilinged living room with a 
fireplace, dining room, cabinet kitchen, 3 
bedrooms and a family room. Attached garage. 
The landscape grounds are a separate peaceful 
world. Priced at $140,000. ~ 

for Details Catt 

Mr. Knox 

D.F. Knox & Associates 

(312} 663-1350 



GURNEE 




5415 W.Grand 

Gurnee 

(312)360-9333 



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3 bedroom quodlevol with country charm. Living room * din- 
ing or*a occented with hand it end led bordors. choir rail and 
tasteful wollcoven. ( Pecoro1or* showcase. Eal-in kitchen with 
range; refrigerator,' dishwasher rdJipbsal. Nestle In front of 
lamify room wood burning fireplace and air conditioned com- 
fort to watch CUBS « SpX or fsvoril* cable show. Glance 
through sliders to patio & see -your friend relaxing in the 
chalie. soaking up rays in the beauty of a CHCMLAWN yard. 
Attached double garage keeps you out of the weather and 
darkness using garage door transmitter from safety of your 
car. Put your work shop or storage in antra deep finished 
garage. Save basement for train set layout E indoor recreo- 
lion. Onebtocfc from tennis, baseball, sledding hill. Will help 
find loan. S9E,500. 



Owner 
(312) 249-2271 



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"immoci'i'iie J bedroom roynh~v»ilh*lorgo"iKJt-irrkii— 
cho*» lull bosoment ond Tt car garage FhA VA 
wclcomol $56,500; ■ ; 

Century 21 Coontry Grot 
(312)367-6500 



FOR RENT with option lo 
buy. Business property. 
Lake Villa, Building No. 
1—30 » 40. 2 offices and 
bath in back, garage and 
storagein front, (2) 10 x 10 
garage doors. $500 per 
month plus - security 
deposit. Building No. 2 — 40 
x 44 electric only, asphalt 
floor, 2 overhead doors, 
$350 per month, plus 
security deposit. Call ofter 
3 p.m. 

[312)395-4155. 

.or 
(312)3954156 

b-24.106 

BUYERS AND Sellers come 
together every week in 
Loketond Classified. 



OFFICE SPACE 

FOR REUT 

in Wauconda 

3,000 Square Ft 
Space 

Con Bo Divided 

(312)526-9200 



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GRAYSLAKE -PRIME 

For renovation or restoration ai id two llat^.Ovot 
2.000 ,sq.;ll.. of livable^ spaco^ Presently ■ hav 7 
"looms rdesignated^asj-bodroomsi ^somo. without 
closets, tjtnock out walls and develop a. Masfco 
Bedrbom-.sult"e;:oVg'reaLrjPpm_by_jiombining the 
living room and o bedroom and open that stair- 
case going up. and it could be .tbol. older homo 
that everyohVenvies JUSl LISTED t. $67.900. 



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with-: d ish washer, disposal, Jenn-ai re 
range, large breakfast counter top, 
sliding glass cfobrs to wood deck 
overlooking "professionally landscaped 
lot: That's just the Kitchen. Wait till you 
I see the rest jj|l 19,900. 

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HOUSI MUNT1NOT Find 
just" the horn* you're 
looking for . In ' Lakeland- 
Newspaper*' Classlliod. 
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J 100 -.q li ol building space zoned CB on .8 
acres. Located m Lake Villa Township. Living 
quo'iers iimi tiiiMiK>« combination possible, in 
qiound pool Musi sell o< lease SB7'i00 
immediate occupancy • ■ — ■ " ; 

(312) 35*-6999 o r 
(312) 356-6455 after 5 p.m. 






enTTonimiiuii! 

Find a* roommate. You 
choose the most com- 
patible person. All ages, 
backgrounds, . occupa- 
tions. References check- 
ed thoroughly -.'photos 
shown. Serving all of 
Lake County. K M Enter- 
prises, ^T800 Grand 
Avenue,' Waukegan, 
(312)249-.Q434. 



3 BtDROOM. home, -at* 
.. (ached garage,' pay own 
Utilities, lyear lease. $400 
per month, first and last , 
months' rent plus $200 
cleaning * deposit., 
(refundable). Evenings.' 

"(312)546-5745 
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CLOSE OUT sale, Lake lots 
'■i price. Eagle Point Bay, 
Lake ol Egypt. All utilities. 
From 1-57, Exit on 148. 
(018)995-246-1 

4-24-22 

SPRING GROVE oreo T . I J, 
acre lot. must sell. SI I 000 
or best oiler. 

{815)344-1070 

4-2710- - - 

FOX LAKE. . lakelront 
property. 50 Si 224 sand 
beach. $37. 500 or oiler 
(312)5930775 
or after 6 p.m. 
(312)569 1520 
4-24- 102 - - 
4 LOTS over */i acre, zoned 
commercial or residential, 
100 ft. frontage on Deep 
Lake Road. $16,500. 
(312)479-2381 
4-24-137 




ForReirt: 



FOR RENT 3 bedroom 
house located "in Round 
Lake. $525 monthly plus 
utilities. 

(312)945-8782 

After 8 p. m; 

7-25-3— 

FOR RENT: 3 bedroom 
home with garage, in 
Grayslake. $500 per 
month. 

(312)223-2876 

_: 7-24-17 '— 

PROFESSIONAL FEMALE 
would like same to share 
new lownhame. in Round 
Lake Beach. 

(815)675-2392 

days 

7-243 



Grayslake 
Grand Opening 

Moore Court Apartments 
Rental Units from $420 
Immediate Occupancy 
Models Open Daily 
1 1 a.m.- to 6 pirn.- 

Luxury br.pnd new l- 
& 2 bedroom .apart- 
ments with, large 
separate . dining 
room, air condition- 
ing, dishwasher, 
carpet. laundry 
facility, balcony or 
patio, in private set- 
ting. 

Located off Route' 
120 one mile west .of 
Route 83 to Neville 
Dr. left on Neville & 
follow signs. 

Or Call 

Marling Management 
(312)680-7700 



GLENSTBEET 
APARTMENTS 

Nr». Maikii S**wm J. 6tc 1*1 2 
brtioom «pjrtan>ti Cmfift * ™- 
drtcniet ipohWttT lM**T UoMa*. 
dnh«iho, p*(ic. Bwrtrtntawtn; «t- 
h*t mm Utt Md tort, lomedut, k- 
cb puc7 hem: 

$4205490 

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Marling Managemen I 
(312)600-7700 



LAKEVIEW 



APARTMENTS 

Spacious 1 and. 2 bedroom 
with wall-to-wall carpeting, 
cotof cootdiruted appliances, 
FREE heat and cooling gas. 
Chain 0' Lades neaiby and 
rnoie. For details, please call 
Trsv— ■• '" 

(312)587-9277 



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THE DEAL OF 
THE CENTURY 

IMPROVED ONE ACRE 

H0MES1TES 



STUDIO APARTMENT on 
Bongt Lake. -Security 

deposit required. No pets. 
$325. Coll after 6 p.m. 
(312)526-8967 
7-24-66 "t 

ON LAKE 2 bedroom home 
with fireplace, large 2 cor 
-—garage- near Silver lak»> 
Wli.$450. 

"(414)537.2869 
.offer 11 :00 a.m. 

WAUKEOAN Apartment. 
l' -"bedroom, ttovo. 

.', refrigerator/ heat and 
Water, furnlthed, $250 per 
, month plus deposit. 
(312) 623-2242 

^7-24.121 : 

FURNISHED 2 bedroom 
collage'. Paneled, car* 
potoa, decorated, no pots. 
1. car parking only. $295 
*pcr month plus utilities. 
Firm references. Leoie'and 
-security deposit required. 
By oppoinlmont.' 

(312)587.0945 
— 7.24.110-—— 
NEWLY RENOVATED 
_ House. 3 bedroom. 1. bath, 
enclosed porch, large fen- 
... cod lot, largo iroes, 1 car 
ottoched gorago, near 
schools- .and shopping, 
-Round Lake Park. July 1st 
occupancy. $510 per month 
- plus security deposit. -' ' 
(312)583-4972 
—7-24. II 4 •— 



STORAGE - FOR RENT 

SECURED IHSIDE SUPS 

10„Ft., wide by 23 Ft. 
long. Anlioch Chain O 
LakosAroa, |n former 
Cross- Lake- Lumber; 
Complex. $ 100 per' 
month, per illp: 

For Info Call 
'3U> 305.IOW 



ONLY $25 TO SIGN UP 

SEMI TRUCK 
DRIVING 

JOB ASSISTANCE 

D.0.7. cnmncAnoN 

CLASS D. UCENSI 

ELtOIBU INSTITUTION 

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STUDENT LOANS 

S 12) 623-5372 
ORTHEASTERN ' 
• TECHNICAL INST. 
2«4 W. Washlnglort 
Suit. Ill, Waofcegan 




VACATION VILL AGE or 
.funlshed condo-with pool 
In Chain Olakes'area, for 
summer *l:. v tb 3' months, 
occupancy floxlble. - 
" (305)942-8546 
;. -_ 8-24.B-; — ' 




-CUr>'eVSAVriul6fln9 s«r- 
vlce.t. member of 
Professional ; Tutors 
Association. 

(312)5875803 
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(312)587-6634 
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WILL PAINT anything. 
. (312)546-9523 
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LAWN CUTTING, very 
reasonable. Free 

ostimalos. -^-*- &■: '-' 

^-(312) 546-3027—: 

(312)546-7915 
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GURNEE 

I Bedroom apartments. 
Air. carpeted, heat, includ- 
ed. No security deposit for 
qualified persons. No Pets. 

Rent $390 

Carriage Hoaw 
AMrtinirti 

4390 McClure 
Gurnee, III. 60031 

(312) 244-1616 




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FROM A PROFESSIONAL 

Short, no iwunu irolnlng . pnpart* ng lor th« lob tnoihoi 

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cla«w*lp#lo«icondAdvoiH*dTrotnMg.Ois*KHy and Tutoring. ' 

. CaU Marianne at (312) 367- WANG ' 
. A cc u t y p e B u i In© ss S er vices, In c. 
. 1641 N. Milwaukee Ave,, Suite 14, . 
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A FREE ONE ACRE HOMESITE** 



IN BEAUTIFUL SPRING DALE TRAILS 



What a wonderful sense of freedom 
-Notrafficprobtems. no rtoise. justtresi 
country air and lots of open space. 
Located In the prestigious Spring 
Grove-Richmond area. You are within 
minutes of Fox Lake, Chain -of- Lakes 
State Park and skiing. with equestrian 



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JUST 19 ' HOMESITES 
AVAILABLE WTTH 0% INTEREST 
FINANdRG IN THIS CLOSE OUT SALE 



Spring Date Trails 

— — ' — 1 ■ I — ^ . ^^n^r^ST^^ ^^^^^^ TBf 



IN SPRINGXROVE— 

Dtrocttoru: Tohe 1-94 or tt. 41 north to Rl 173. 
Go wait 13 mllM p*rt Antiocti to Men* niton ML 
•nd touth V, rnUa to Engtlih PnirU ftd. Follow 
' tign». On Taka ttt. 12 north through Fox Uk« 
to Spring Crovo. Co north on Myar'Xkhardton 
R4. (Bllvon Rd.) to Engtbh Pr»lr5« ltd. Cowttt 
and follow sign*. 

S*t« oTflca op*n Sal B Sun, 10 am - 5 em 

Phorwi CM2) MH4S95 

WMkdtyi Phona: 01 2)6*0-3700 . 
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rcads«4t^^lwa^hot-at-i^kchurst 

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to make your summer fun. And there's 
even more to do nearby like: shopping, 
golf, boating, dining, and entertainment., 
Come in today and find out what makes 
Waukegan's premie r rental commun ity 
so hot. 

• I. 2, & 3 Bedroom Apartments 

• Private Balcony or Patio l 
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• AirCohditioning 

• Dishwasher, Disposal 

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500 Lakehurst Road P*<'-'--jCi&- ' • 

Waukegan. Illinois 60085 

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professional show should 
have a professional cm- 

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. .-'Marcella A'. Hardin 

Waukegan, ill; 60085 
(312)360-0115 -: 

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ROTOTILL TOUR garden 
Very reasonable. '. 
' ;(312) 526-9468 
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JOB RESUME. $9.00 

and up, W* do.M «fl. : £»pwf 
wtiHng. typing. «w printing. 

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• PRIVATE ESTATE sale •' 
IBM's Setectric II & 111; From 
$395. New electronic & 
memory typewriters horn 
$400. .Perfect condition, 
guaranteed. 

- (312)640-6435 
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FOR SALE- 
EQUIPMENT 

8 FL.TennsmilK Sheet 
Metal Brake never used 
•still on shipping skid.' 
$2,000. '■ 

For. Info Call 
(312)395-1004 

Monday through H'doy 
rt>0 A.m'« S.UUJ* Mr 



AKC . DOBERMAN pups. 
red or black/ males, $200 
(312)356-5173 
51 34 33 
GERMAN SHEPHERD 
puppy, male, B weeks,' 
black and ton. AKC. $300: 
(312)395-8423 
" 51-24.5 5 — 

GOLDEN RETRIEVER pup- 
pies, 11 weeks, .AKC, 
males, $150, female $175. 
. dewormed, all shots, good 
hunters, leave name and 
phone numbor. - 

(414)877-3686- 
i — 51-25-] 3 . _ 



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VINCENT STRAWBERRY FARMS 

Route 1 .Box 47. Genoa City. Wis. 531 28 

Pick your own Strawberries at 
Vincent Strawberry Farm / 
, Beginning June 1 sfcrr- 

DaIly7o.rh, to 1 p.m. 

75* Por puar^(Ap|iroxInialolyl%^Lb»^ 

25* for 4 Quart Container 

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' 3 mll&f North of Richmond. III. on H¥^y. P-, turn tell on 
' Hwyi O, Follow Nlppertink Sign*. ' ' ' . 



(414)279-6691 




1969 CUB CADET tractor, 
12 H.P. International 
Harvester 42" mower : 
hydrostat, excellent 
condition, $650. 

(312)367-0562 

— 57-24-104— ' 

PHOTOS FOR all oc- 
casions. Wedding 
Specialist. * Professional 
Photos for affordable 
prices. Coll Bruce C. Calryr 
• (312)356-2230 

. 57-26-20 

CULVERT $50. Wood 
parquet flooring, 324 sq. 
ft. $250. 

■■a'.lj (312)356-0415 
==^=57^24-90= 



COUCH, loveseal. chair 
ond corner table made of 
walnut wood. 

(312)6626811 

-59-24-1 10- -, 

KING - SIZE walerbed. 
Living room set. 

(312)623-0374 
After 6:30 p.m. . 

- -59-24-1 05— 

2 BEDROOM SETS. Other 
miscellaneous iloms. Will 
sell cheap, cottage sold. 
Can be seen this weekend. 
154 Eagle Point. Road, Fox 
Lake. 

(312)5BY-1601 
_ -59-24-50 " . . 



WANTED-Old Wurlitzer 
juke boxes, slot machines, 
10 cent Coke machines, 
(312)464^5661- * * 

___An.24-7- -' 

OLD DOLLS wanted; ' 
antique to- modern,- -all 
kinds. Also parts; -Top 
prices paid. 

(312)674-9393 

_: 60-26-1 6 . 

WANTED TO BUY slot 
machines, any condition or 
parts, also old Wurlitier - 
juke boxes and 
nickelodeons. Paying cash. 
(312)985-2742 
"J-TF26-35 — 



A NTIQUE-Collcc tables. 
Singer. Sewing Machine 
and Porcelain Ice-box. Best 
oflor lakes. ,'-.-• 

Coll (3)2)336-1266 
.- ■ — -- 53-24-1 13 — 



GOOD HORSE hay 

l sale. $1.50 per bale. 

pick-up from (field. . ; 
(312)356-5525 
57-24-115-^- 



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GARA GE SALE-Salurday. 
~]uno 15,9 n,m. tiT"4 _ ptmr" 
Household miscellaneous. 
713 Norlh lake Street, 
Grayslake. South of 
WashinlonStreet. 

-, — r _.55.2d.A'i ~ 

MULTI-FAMILY Garage 
Sale. 1500 block , on Elm. 
Spanish Decor items, tools, ' 
clothing, household hems 
ond baby items. Rnin'or 
Shine.- June 13, 14. 15: 

. •' -— 55-24-77 — 

COMMUNITY GARAGE 
Sate, . Quail * Creek, 
Grayslake, June 15th, 9 
o. in. 1o 5 p.m. ' • 

— : 55-24-27 

3 FAMILY Garage Sale. 
Girls clothes to size 5, boys 
1o size 20: Swimming pool, 
bicycles, saws, 16a many 
Items io Itst. June 13th and 

— I4lh,-9;30a.rn^t6 5 p.m.. 
r 1532 Meadowbrook , Round 

■■ Lake Beach. 

—55-24-31 

. MOVING SALE, furniture, 

I tools, bikes, clothes,, toys 

; and plants. 2208 lake 

Shore Dr., Lindenhurst. 

-Thursday, 'Friday, Satur- 
day, June 13, 14. and 15lh. 
9;00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. 

* 55-24-56- 

HOUSE HUNTINOT Find 
lutl. the home you're- 
looking for in Lakeland 
Newspaper* 1 - Classified. 
It's fott and easy 1 



TWO. LIKE NEW l(*T 

■ bathroom wosh basins in 
*~dislinctve Kohler red, $65 

each or $100 if -purchased 
. as aair' Fqucets included. 

If purchased as pair will tn- 

_ elude. 52 "_vanityjwilh_Fo/- 
mica top with black slate 

—finish. : , 1_- 

.. (312)5B7-5370 
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MOVING-MUST Sell 90 
gallon aquarium with fish 
and supplies. Also. J.C. 
Ponnev s No Frost 
refrigeratory 1 year old. 
excellent condition. Coll 
lor more Information. 
(312)689-1894 

— 37-26-1 16 — , — 

REMINGTON MODEL 7C0 
Varmil special, caliber 
243, with $100 worth of 
supplies, $375.. 

.(312)438-6178 

.'57.24.r75 

FOLDING WHEEL Choir. 
S300, Chaise lounge. S195: 
medicine cabinet, S100. 
Everything like new. 
(312) 587-076r 

- ^ (312)356-7611 -^ 

Evenings Only 

57-25-73—- — ,. 

REFRIGERATOR, side by 
side. 19 cu.; ft.. $150: 
upright freezer. Admiral. 
15.8 cu. ft.. 2 years old. 
$200. 

(312)223-2842 

— — S7-24-99 — 

APPROXIMATELY 1,000 
Belden bricks, cream 
color. 25 cents each. 
(615)344-0222 
57-24-103- 



DAVE: To a wonderful 
husband and father. Love 
always. — Mary Ann, 
Meridith. and Bobby. 

Happy Father'* Day. 

'■: 62.24-32 

OurlBest to low 




MAGICIAN. Tom Hubbard 
Is available for children, 
adult and family shows. 
- (312)395-7168 
63-TF26-71 

PONY RIDES - Invite our 
ponies Io your . Kid's 
Birthday Porty. We bring 
'em to you. 

(414)643:4107 

, 63-26-69 

A LAKELAND NSws^ 

Coper's' Classified ad can 
elp you turn unwanted 
Hems info cosh- To sell 
olmosr anything, just coll 
our office nearest you; - . . 



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PSYCHIC FAIR: 

iJime 21. 72. 73. Belvideft Moll. I 
*B*liridc(« i iewit. WoukMon 

•Amcfka'i B« l Known Piychics 
I Starring IRENE HUGHES. Fiw gill ; 
Jwilh this od. Prjvolt coniuHatiom j 

• will hoYeochoigt. 

(312)883-1177 



Personals 



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PORTABLE 

good condi- 



AMNUAl 
IUMMAGESJiLE 

St. Gllbtrtt Church 
Of Grayilak* 

June 20th A 21st 
i 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. 
Juno22nd__ 



9 a.m. to Moon - 

Men*»^and — Women's 
clothing, - toys, fur* 
nllure, . kitchen Items, 
etc. . 
St. Gilberts Church 

' 30TE.BeMdereRd. 
Grayslake. III. 



KINMORE 

dishwasher, 
tlon,$50. 

* (312)587-6124 '" 

i — 57-24-101 

HENKE PACEMAKER. 3 
h.p., 2 cylinder, compres- 
sor. $300. 

(312)356-3277 

-^ 57-2483— 

_OET_RIADY_lor_iummor_ 
fun. IB ft, round pool plus, 
many accessories. $750 or 



yanidmany 

luccciso! 

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To Our I 

Brother-ln-Law | 

Jerry Feager 

We're Proud Of You 

Love, £ 

Your Family | 

cora>umnjinom*cottcRAWiATiom»cotnMnuiTK> 

SNEXT WEEK'S*™™ 

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(312)546-7405 
— 157-24-78 



HEW! CVE8T SATURDATI 

Flea Marker 
Waukegan Drive-In 

'On Wwhingfon Strol Routed 
, Sellers. ..2 Soturrjoys for $5, 
Buyers Free* For June . 
Information: 

(312)662.4229 

Fri. • Sol. - Sun. After 6 p.m. 



$0% OFF Factory Clear- 
ance. Our finest flashing 
arrow sign. Perfect con- . 
ditloh. $249 complete. Free 
letters! Don't believe it? 
Extremel y limited' q uan- 
llty. 

HSC i (600)423-0163 
-57.23-23r- — 



Arlce (Mar. 2 1- Apr. 19) Physical fitness becomes on im- 
portant subject, but not just for discussion. Don't waste 
lime in ge tting your tost waistline back. You'll feel bet- 
ter when you look better. 

-Testras tApr. 20-May20) Responsible peopK.such.asu 
reliable Taureans. are sure to be given more respon- 
aibiUUes. Accept the new tasks cheerfully. Use new 

-knowledge for pew opportunities, ■ ' 

Cwnslal (May 21-June £0) That boldness that has 
served you so well to the past need to beput to work 
again. Discard outworn work habits. They've been 
holding you back. Make changes now. 

Caaccr (June 2t-JuL 22) Sources can be trusted only 

If they have noaxo to grind. Be wary of those who report 

Incidents that are ukeJy to make you angry. Ask yourself 

- — why- are they- doing so? ' -< ' : l_j 



PLAIN PAPER copy 

machine many features, 
superb quality. Ilka new. 



Leo (Jul 23-Aug. 22). Make a spectacular introduction 
of your new Ideas, but be wary of making a spectacle 
of yourself as welL Your signs indicate a need to balance 
all actions with care. 



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22) Corrections can lead to defec- 



computer typewriter, 
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advice 

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irs NOT HORRENDOUS 

IF you miss our published 
classified deadline. Call 
anyway ." . . well place 
your ad(s) in our TOO LATE 
TO CLASSIFY column. ' 



GRAYSLAKE 
-FLEAMARKET 

Rfe. 120 &. 83, Grayslake 

(312) 223-9890 

Sat. & Suit. 9 to 5 
Weekdays 12 to 5 

BIKES. BIKES, BIKES 

E«arctse, Used. Now 

All slios 40's 8. 50s 

Tmh, Mnrmnt,' vrtoeM toys, tw- 

•Ulim, UmfL •itrdw n«lpm»nt, 

ste m,'- - rtWf» f «' B, ' ; - :,l, ^' ,,n » i 
irfm, Oku ttewtr c« PnwiieL.' 

fport'iho** 

Father's day Gifts 

Bowling Bolls S7. ea. 



SWIMMING 
POOLS 



; ACTNOWI 

lllinott* Idrgtll lull-Mnics pool 
dittributor mutt i«H ntw 1984 
31x19 ft. lomily ii:t pooft, com- 
pill* with hug* iun dtdi. (tn<« 
and filter compttfi. .. 

'tZJ-'r: % For Only '—->*-. - 

;; "87^";^" 

,' Installation Extra' \ 
^bllrrighrnpvryrfhlle 
supplies last:' -:" " 

^80tV85M895 

24 Hours A Day-; 



nd loss of afTections. And having said that, my 
is change the directions of your criticisms. Be 

Libre (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) Coll old friends to make new 
plans for future advantage. Do more listening. 
Remember, theres a difference between- hcarlng - and~ 
understanding. Kin prove their love. 

Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) Money matters continue to - 
make sense in y our life. While caution is still the watch 
word, watch for word that previous investments can > 
begin to pay off as hoped. 

SeKlHarloa (Nov.. 22-Dec. 21) Leisure time activities 
cenbting new chances for career progress. Investigate 
-the advantages that lie hidden in the areas you are about— 
to visit. Good luck, r 

Catpr leoi-ss (Dec 22 : Jan. 19) Perk up and pick up your 
troubles in a travel bag. Treat your family to good tunes; 
it s the best treatment you can have Tor that temporary 
attack of the blues. - ■ " 



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- -Aajnnrlns (Jan.J!0-Feb. 18), Changing limes require!- J. 
7- 'changing attitudes: To help the younger people-" adjust 
' to problems on the job or at home, show more concern 
_. and less blatant criciticsm. 

~ 'Usees (Feb:T9-Mar~2^M"a1tTa^Msibnn 
tnatlong-delaye* 
thinking about 
waiting to meet and greet. you. 

© 1985, The McN aught Syndicate, Inc. 



that long-delayed trip; You're not getting anywhere justfr '.^ 

it Besides, someone special may be 



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CAMP DUNCAN YMCA 
DAY CAMP 

For 6 to 11 Year Olds. . 



8:00 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. 

For More Information 
(312)546-6116 




WILL BABYSIT In my 
Round Lake home. Jody , 

• v (312)546-3065 

^ 15-24-37- 

15 TEAR OiO will watch 2 
kids. -My GurnH homo, 
full-time. - 
••".• (312)623-5628 

15-24-120 : 

BEST CAR! lor your child In 
my Llndenburst home. Ac- 
tivities, big yard, lunches,' 
and snacks. Ago * and up. 
Full or part-time. 

(3121356-5349 

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DISHWASHER 

Monday-Friday 

8 a.m. - 4 p.m. 

Full Time ■-; 

No Experience 

Necessary 

TOWN HALL 
ESTAHS; 

(312) 526-5551 



LOST BLACK & White Brit- 

-tony— -.tSpoolel - -named 

"Timer," also U week old 

' puppy. "Gus." Grays - 

fake/Wildwood area, 

(312)223-6024 

9 a.m. to 2 p.m. 

- 6S-24-42 — 

REWABD FOR dog, small 
block female with white 
and tan markings; stand- 
up — pointed — ears. - Lost- 
Wodsworth area, but could 
be anywhere. Please call il 
seen or found. 

. (312)336-6767 

.. 65-24-1 19— —_ _ 

^- in _" ; ' --- - — ■ — '— — ' 

FOUND VERY small 
shaggy dog, female, 'near 
Township Pork. Lake Villa 
on May 26th. 

(312)356-7323 
66-24-8 



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GIVE-AWAY, 1 blue-eyed 
kitten, dark with speckled 
orange. 



(312)546:1141 
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ATARI M0XL computer. 
$75 firm. Fun for the whole 
fomily. Excellent con- 
dition. 

(312) 740-0562 

after 5 p.m. 

68-TF-72 

BUYERS AND Sailer* com* 
together every week tn 

lokelond Clonifltd. 



GRANDMA TYPf Boby- 
1 sliter.for oun2 good. boys 
| (2V4 years old and 1 1 mon- 
j ths) to come into our home 
3 days a week. Good Pay! 
Must have own trans- 
portation. 2 miles north of 
Anlioch. Pteosocall: 
(414)662-2266 

14-24.57 . 

RABYStTTER WANTED In 
our hotftejonlyjocarejor 8__ 
monlh old boyr Hours 10 
a.m. to 6:30 p.m.. 6 days 
per week. Must be maturo, 
loving, dependable and 
able to meet the demands 
of an . Infant.-. Experience 
and " references required. 
Long lake area. 

(312)546-7531 

After 6:30 p.m. 

or leave message 

15-25-54 

SUMMER JOB for high 
school girl to sit with my 5- 
year old daughter. 
Weekends and occasional 
evenings, in the Gurnee 
area. 

(312)336-5926 
Afier 7 p.m. 

14-24-2 — ■ — 

BABYSITTER WANTED in 
our home. Delightful good 
noiurod 16 monlh old boby 
boy. Northwesi side 
Wauhegart near Midlone 
Country Club. 9 a.m. to 6 
p.m. Monday through 
Thursday. Prior experience 
and references preferred. 
(312)6236803 

14-24-20 

MATUHf LOVING Woman 
to care lor 9 month old 
child in my Gurnee homo. 
Average 2 days per week, 
flexible hours, excellent 
- pay. own transportation. 
(312)249-4568 

14-26-24 



TEMPORARIES 
Experienced 

• Word Processors 
(Wong-NBMBM) 

•Typists 

•Secretaries 

• CRT Operator! 

• Keypundien * 
•General Office Clerks 

Enjoy o part-time career at top 
salary! Slop tn I we whol you 
can receive for your $W1 j, 
Long I short term cwJgnmenti. 



MANAGER TRAINEE 

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bsildini miteul necenjnf - « tnifl- 

ACT NOW!! \ 

• tetptinfAvlicjticTOforfinjirneMjfti^wTriinets. 
~ - Juno 17-18, tfq.m. to 6 p.m. 

r - LUMBER 

2334 Rond Rd. ~ Pa lctinp, Illinois 





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TACOBELL 

Managers and Assistant Manager* : 

Fast growing franchise needs Managors ond ; '. 
Assistant Managers for McHenry, Fox lake, [\ 
Round Lake Beach and Mundeleih. 1 year 
* minimum fast food ex port ence In Manage rs 
position. Will train for. Toco Bell. Uniforms, ; 
salary plus benefits. 

For Immediate Consideration Call: " 

(312)948-7732: 

Wo will return your call within 24 Hours 

\ »qval opportunity employer 



^StCRnARY 

V.P. of manufacturing is looking ford qualified 
Secretory to assist himV Applicant must possess 
good secretarial skills, dictaphone experience p 
plus. Pleasant working conditions. Salary com- 
mensurate with experience. 
~ :■ :■ . Call For Interview / 



(312) 

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CONDECOR. INC 

44M !>Courtton4 St. —7- -Mund*I»frt, Illinois 



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117W, Lak* St. 
Libortyvlllo, II. 
(3 12) 362*7770 

2434 Washington St. 

WauVogan, II. 

(312) 330-0164 



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Major recreational company needs energetic 
individuals for canvassing positions. Average 
income $4004600 per week. Sales or 
Public Relations experience desirable. Call 
Mr. Green any day. 

(312)546-7778 



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LOOKING FOR boss 
player and load guitar 
ployer for Country Wesiern 
band. Not need be c*\ 
cellcnt. {usf storting "band. 
Call Tim, 

(31 2)662-3367 

— , 17-24-4 = ^ r -^_ 

A LAKELAND News- 
paper's Classified ad can 
help you turn unwonted 
interns Into cash. 



NURSING ASSISTANTS 

All Shifts 

Certification Necessary 

APPLY IN PERSON 

HIILCREST RETIREMENT VILLAGE, INC. 

1740 N. Circuit Dr. 
Round Lake Beach, III. 

Equal Opportunity Employer M/F 



What Is A Garage Sale Without 
A Lakeland Newspapers' 
Classified Sign? 



Fait growingPlmtki Color Montrfaclurer look- 
ing to hint men ond women I or entry level post* 
tjons on second shift (4 p.m. lo 12-30 am.f and 
third shift (12 am. to 8:30 a.m.). Excellenl 
benefit pockogo, growth ond odvoncement op- 
portunllies. References and pott: employment 
^formation may bo required. - 

Applkotioni being taken between 9 a.m. and 
Noon cm Monday, Thursday ond Friday only. 
Apply in person of: * 

CHROMA CORPORATION 

3900 Dayton Stroot 



(Tonyon Industrial Park) 

McHonry.lL 60050 



Not an agency. Never a fee. 




STORE HOSTESS 

• Wort Weekend* (There., fri. ( Sat.) 
y* Work only 5 houre a day 
i> Work near your home 



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• pemoaitrole food tetnp lei, toit e tojtinq, etc i 

• $5.00 per hoar •- » 

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II you. ore pleatont. outgoing ond reliable, you can I 

quality . No enperience required. 

Ask obout our "WORK FQItfUN SWEEPSTAKES 

• - No purchase requiredrTor one enTiy~l6"rm visit your 
local Kelly Services Office. 



MOLD REPAIR 

We .have work available im- 
mediately for. Mold or Die 
Makers to . do plastic Injection 
.mold repair work. Good wages, 
fringes and working conditions. 
Retirees or— Semi •Retirees are 
most welcome to apply. 

. Call now form appointment 



(312) 6234880 

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(312)623^.880 



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f Our go* itotlon/corrve n lenoe morti ore having a I 
lignlficant impact throughout the Chlcogol 
area. . .vrifho lolkl repytulronfw service ond| 

[c^olltyrWeprcmrmh/hoveop^nirrgrfoT; 

FULL & PART TIME 

•CASHIERS 
• GAS ATTENDANTS 

We'll train and reward your efforts with: 

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*PADVACATMMS 

♦ PefOUlAKE BVHWS IVI1T • M0S. 

' *TUU AND A IUI IH ■OUDAT/OVDmMI W0B| 

•rio««iioiiftoiiwrnitH 

■■■•'* MaJUGCMDIT KITIMTlAL j 
For your Interview, call or apply In person to: 

_ Store Managerv---- 
1 Rt. 1 2 & Miller Road 

Lake Zurich 
(312)438-5722 



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Thundery, Juno 1 3, 1955 





DREAM JOB 



Coll: 
Mr*. Young 
(311)t72-6466 I 

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Grove liuuranee 
Agency Needs 

TYPIST 

And Service 
Representees.- 

Exp&ietico Helpful 

: Call 
(312) 587-2156 



STATION 

TECHNICIAN 

. ■ Fuii Time 

Position, 

Previous , experience 
helpful, bu! will train. 
Uniform* furnished. 
Must be bbndable. , 
Apply in Person Only 

A-Tire 
Coenty Service. 

363 N.Cedar Lake Rd. 

Round Lake. Illinois 

Itortton* Calls 



- Full Time : 

DEHIitt : 
ASSISTANT : 

*■:-■■*+. . t . = e, 

Experience in all aspects; 
sf Foor-Handed ,Den-: 
jbtry. Well qootllied and: 
jable to wc&ta a, fast* 
Ipoced progressive office.; 
lAhility fo relate well to; 
patients of all ages. Four; 
jdoy Week - 2; even-: 
;ing>. References re-I 
;q wired. Standard, 
benefits package indud-i 
^d. .Salary ;■ commerw 
Curate with experience.: 
please cell (312) 526-2831: 
<fw interview. 

Dr. D« 



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OraJSargerj 
Auistsst 

Full or Pert-Time 

Experienced preferred. 
Please send resume' to: 

Box JOOO 

P.O. Box 366 
Groy»W<«, H 60030 



LIFEGUARDS 
WANTED 

Full & Part-Time 

Must Be Certified 

Apply At; , 
Gages Lake Picnic Grove 

Route 45 & Gages Lake Rd. 
- : -Goges Lake, Illinois 'i 



MOSTLY 
BASKETS 

- Is expanding 
We hove Immediate opening! 
In your area. We offer wicker 
furniture, . wkfcer wall „ dear 
and baskets on'the home' porty 
plan. Our representatives have- 
fun while earning an excellent 
income. Our opportunities ore 
great, for ' more information 
call: " 

Melatoe 



EARN [XTRA money. 
Work close to home. Be an 
Avon Lady. 

(312)566-0990' 
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HELPtVAllTIO 
For Boat Howie S 

Food Stand. 

See Harold 
. drab 0' Lakes 
■ . : State Perk 
Concession Steed 

Spring Grove- 




IRUCKHRE 

REPAIRPERSON 

Part-Time 

Position 

Experience A Must 

Apply in Person 

A-Tire 
County Service 

363 N. Cedortake Rd. 
Round Lake, Illinois 
No Phone Calls 



615 E. Life 
Woucondd; III. 



Certified 

NURSING 

ASSISTANT 
13 to 11 shift, com- 
petitive salary and 
I benefits.' ... r 

Apply In. Person 
Itbertyvflle Monor 

Extended Core 

-•610 Peterson Rd.. 
," : Libertyvillo 

(312)367-6100 




PAINTER 

Needs an _ . apv 
prentice to learn 
trade. Must be 
reliable. This is 
not a summer job. 
Full time position. 

(312)623-3150 

After 5 P.M. 



OWNER OPERATOtS 

-—~~ Semi-pumps 

Prepare far Next . 
; VWnferNowf 

(Trailers Available) 

Bofk Transport/ lac 

(312)298-8636 



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WHETHER YOU'RE looking 
for an employer or on em- 
ployee, Lakeland's ^ Em- 
ployment Guide wilt make 
your search a success. 

Experienced 
Mature and 
- Reliable 

> WAITRESSES ' 

> SHORTORDER: 

ciwit 

• BARTENDER 

' Days & Evenings 
(312)223-3404 



CHURCH OBGAMS 
WANTED 

Starting Mtd-Augusf 

St. Mark 

Lutheran Church - 

(312)396-7402 

\for Further Information < 
Ask for Date 



TEACHERS/COACHES/ 
PARENTS— 

Soles managers .needed In 
Mundelein arid UbertyvHIe 
oroo. Guaranteed Income. 

Call Mr*. Rode 
(312)943-9461 






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Toco Bell needs crew for McHenry, Fox Lake, 
Round Lake Beach 7 and 'Mundelein.-: Start 
training now 'in. Round Lake: Beach and 
-.Mundelein. Uniforms provided, training pro : 
I vided, ' opportunities '.open to become 
managers. Appl leaf Ions available at Round 
Lake Beach and Mundelein.- 



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(312)948-7732 

We Will Return Your Call Within 24 Hours 

. , eajwaf opportunity emp l oyer ■ . 



Full Staff needed for 
our New Pre-School 
opening In the An- 
tioch Area. 

. . . ... e 

• Director ■ ?■'- 

• Kindergarten 

• 4 years, 3 years, 2 
^yearsond school 

age groups. 

Minimum 2 years of 

college. . ' 
Expetiehce^oferrsd 

Mytree House 

(312)^87^70577 

after 5 p.m. 



GENERAL 
LABORER 

Full Time Position 
For Village 
Maintenance Crew! 
Previous experience 
In Public Works 
desirable. 

Applicants . . must 
posses' valid Illinois 
drivers .license. 
Appl ic at lo n s 
available at: 

U Bdenhgrst . 

^~Tljl%Ha.l 

•2301 E. Sand LakeRd. 
.Llndenhurst. III. . 

1312)356-8252 

Applications Accept? 
ed Through June 14, 
1903.' 



Experienced 
SEMI-DRIVERS A»D 

hiavi mmm 
orauiORS 

-■ -IND 

~ lANDStAPE 
FOREMAN. 

(312) 537-4825 




***** Idhteiwotp^Mtt 
ami iMenr " "**• *"*»■»" 



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USMf.fll(]tl)3Sf-llU 

Mod *«Hb* « 
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State Farm Mutual 

HawOffia.Moowln0sii.r 



WANTED 
EXPERIENCED 

»;W*^hiretti v ^r : 

• Cock toil Waitress 

• Busboys 

• Dishwashers 

App'y '" Person. 
Monday iitnrogtrh-idar 

Waltonian 

175 Wol Ionian Terrace* 
(off of Front) Fox Lake 

(312)587-1885^ 



RECEPTIONIST 

To work -5 days . a 
week. Weekends ,b 
MUST. Bright and 
Cheery. Excellenl hand- 
writing -required. To 
work in busv resort 
-InglaSido 



♦CHMCAHISPECMUST 

If you ore looking for a challenging career in 
the human services field, we hove a super 
opportunity for you, We have an entry level 
position at a residential treatment center for 
emotional I y/befKryicHTOJiy disturbed boys; 

- D egree Ih-huTnon-eervlcee-^ra fe iTed^Ex-- 
perieno* With Autistic and Schizophrenic 
children is a plus. ■ ' 
Excellent benefits, Salary range $12,000 to 

.$16,000 per year. 



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$4004600 PER WEEK 

National company needs intelligent, 
aggressive, well groomed individual for 
Public Relations work. No selling involved. 
- Hard workers only need apply. We train for 
these immediate openings. . 

^ ^liiii 546-ytts 

Ask for Mr, Gray 




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(312) 546-7778 
Ask for Katie 



PART-TIME 
BOOKKEEPER 

Small office seeks .part : l 
time bookkeeper, sornel 
computer experiencej 
helpluAt . — 

Call 

^Sue . 

(312) 234-4422 



TOW TRUCK 

OPERATOR 

- full Time 
Night Position 

Lipenettce A Must Wnlten 
telerences required. Must 
ha*e^ »mj oil road ex 
p*tifncp Musi be bondable 
.-■.I hare current heav) dut) 
icense 

A-Tire 
_CpwttyJeHice-- 

363-N.~Caddr Lake Rd . 

—Round LokerllUnois" 

No Phone Coifs 



Pteose Send Resume To: 




Janet Kotkau 

ADendde School 

Lake VI lb, Illinois 



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MOOR MAKER/ 
SHEH MHAl LAT0UT 

We seek cin. Individual with 
minimum of 5 years experience for 
our prototype lighting fixtures. 

We-offer : a full, range of company 
beneffrs Including pension plan, paid 
holidays, paid "vacation and In- 
surance, Send^_resume-wtln-salary 

-history Injtolifldence to: . >- : 

Personnel Office 

Li ZKOiBox 608 : 
rGurhee^llly60031 -r f ; 

eqOo/ opporlunJry ^empioyer m/t 






LET YOUR 
CArTEEfTSQAf?/ 

Top flight assignments are 
. awaiting you at Manpower Tem- 
porary Services. So get out of your 
nest and test your wings! - ; ( : \% 
Our Increasirt^ammerneed-rectuire-- 
experlenced Typists, Word Pro- 
cessors, Transcribers, and Data Entry- 
Operators, 'il 

If you are a good typist, but need word 
processing or computer training, you 
will find our Sklllware covers the most 
used equipment today. Experienced 
Word Processors find our cross- 
trainlng provides new possibilities. 
In addftlon to good wages and 
benefits, Manpower offers the oppor- . 
(unity*, to grow while you work on • 
asstgnmentszmatched-to-your^skllls- 
and schedule. For Interview and ap- 
pointment, please call: v 
^(312)623-8880 



PART-TIME DRIVER 
WITH OWN VAN 

Applications are being sought by Lakeland 
Newspapers for a driver with own van to 
deliver newspapers to post offices and 
stores on Wednesdays only. Must be 
reliable and have references. Will work 
from 9 a.m. until finished. Ideal part-time 
job for night worker, . 

Contact Bill Schroeder. jr. t . 

{312) 223-8161 
Lakeland Newspapers 

Graystake, III. 
"AW The> News And A Whole tof Atore" 



RNorLPN 

Aft Shifts 

Hillcrest 
Retirement 
Village, Inc. 

■ 1740 N.arcutt Drive 
I Round Lake Beach, 111. 

Contact f 

Debaie tofon 
Director of Nursing 

Weekdori 9 am. to 5 p Jn. 

1 (312)546-5301 

fipMf ppptorSynify SssfstfWf m/r 




THIS 
SUMMER 
YOU CAN 
RUN THE 



From rides and games to food and souvenirs. 

it takes a lot of work to run the fun at Sue Flags 

Great America It takes a fat of great people too. 

-And ihrs^umrrwryyou could be one of them. ' 

Sc«ndajiexdtinapyc*^)tesunvr^"mnriir»g 
mefurTatGreaiAmerk^AopueaticmsaferK^ 
being' accepted for both .full: and part-time 
seasortaJ positions in the following areas: 



FUN AT 

GREAT 

AMERICA 



• RIDE OPERATION/ADMISSIONS 
e GAMES 4. ARCADES 

• MERCHANDISE 

• SECURITT 
tVKES 



• FOOD 

• PARK SERVICES 

AtGreatArrwrkayou^ftidavvorkemironrnent 
that just can't be beat You'll also find a variety 
of great fringe benefits including free park ad- 
mission, movies^ dances, outings, sports activ- 
ities and much, much more! For a great job .. .a 
great Bme.. -and a great summer, there's no place 
like Great America. Come help us run the fun! 
7*w£inoeraon: , 

Uto^fay through Friday 9 am. to 4 p-m. 




Temporary Services 
Qurnee, llllnolg" 



equal cvpdrtunlty " employer mH 



m$ 



'SIxL.. 

■ Employment Office 

Route 21 (Between Grand Ave. & Washington St.) 

Gumee.JL 60031 




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Wauconda 
;: Juniors 

.We hove on opening for 
Office Girl Fridoy. 
Office Skiitt 

A Muit : _ 

^z~Jt>MTimef Summer'" 
Part-Tfmt/Fati , 

Red Carpet/Wesley 
Realty - 
Call Vonda . 

{312)526-5488 



MASTER LEVEL Wl 
COUNSELOR 

: In Training ,; 

Willing '.to . : "see . in- 
dividuals up to 12 ses- 
sions without charge. ' 

:-Mutt'ag~ree~to bo~ voice 
recorded ■ 

Confidentiality 
assured 

:'■■-. Jerrys 
(312)566-4305 



: 'waitresses -'.,:. 
: * bus people : 

• * .; Full & Part-Time V ; 
! > Apply In Person • 
t See Alison Or John* • . 

IJoiinnyP's: 

;■ - Grayslake :.. • ' 




WILL- OO^Thbusecledhlng 
c'ompleinentaiv.iwith.'.pur- 
chose of product. 
; ..V (312)526-5820, _\. 
alter 6 p.m. 



EXPERIENCED 

PAINTERS 

NEEDED 

(312)526-7997 




SALESPEOPLE 



Income li 

Working with orie of 
Illinois* largest and 
oldest direct 
marketing com- 
panies. 

Complete company 
training. ,. — 

Call 
(312)546-2715 

Or 
1-800-322-7302 



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Jj<per\enced' 

HARDWARE 
STORE 

MANAGER 

Full Time 

Notional chain 

southwest Wiscon- 
sin location. 
Allrotumos accepted 
tUI 6/28/85 
Sand Resume To: 

Box #101 
c/« Ufctiand Nrwipapcn 

P.O. «•■ lil 

Gnyitolt. Iltwi 10010 

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the; !■<*' County .Hkallh.: 
Dvporlnwnt is snttlng a 
clinically ..»l»illo*t.. highly 
"moiivoi«<l R*glil*i*d Nuiie »o 
join our Horr>« Health Slat I on a 
. parl-lim* basic 
Ih» success lul candidate will 
practice independently, 

rnanoging a case load ol home- 
bound patients and employing 
a high dearer* ol clinical judg - 
mcnl ood intervention. 
Acuir car* eiperierice. critical 
rare or home health core en 
perieoce.prpfcrred Current II- 
Imoit driwri hciffme and 
ouiomobil*'vvtlh miurorw* arm 
re^uuinl Senrl Resume lo 

LAKE COUNTY 
HEALTH DEPT. 

3010 Grand Ave. 
Waukegan. IL 60085 

•KJuof opportu'wrir r"ipK)irrr Hi I 



i?tw!eti r?T« >T»!«»"tt!*!«?!«».» 

Ipick op$ 

$T50-$1500 Per Week 

II you have a pick- 
up truck and can 
sell or would tike 
to learn to sell, we 
have a training 
program as easy 
os ABC. For more 
information call: 

(312)689-4500 

Atk rcr Me Scclt 

9 o m. tc A. p.m. 
Wcndoy tridJay' 



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Port-Tim* ' - 

..Sales Office \ 

Customer Service 
Order Taking and 
; Expediting ' , ' 
Some Dictaphone 
Miller Sales 

(312) 926-9200 






ALCOHOLISM 
COUNSELOR 

LoJte/ County 'Health Deport- 
mcnl, Akonolivm Treatment 
Center, is seeding a Counselor 
for its 16 bed inpatient pro- 
grom. This individual will func- 
tion primarily in the Deloxilita- 
tionrfOgrom. 

Reiuiremenls are: high school 
diploma or GED and I year of 
experience in the field ol 
alcoholism. Send resume to: ■ • 

Personnel Office 
LAKE COUNTY 
HEALTH_DEI*t.- 

3010 Grand Ave. 
Waukegan, 1 1 60085 

rqu<il oppo-jumfir cmptorri m I 1 






RECEPTIONIST/TYPIST J 

Part-Time * 

Matuie hiipjn eipenenced ppfson *ho r.an Aotk * 



^. inrJeppnrJenlly - « 

Jf Requirements 

J lypinp. Reteptujiusl and Telephone Ouiiei 

J HOURS 

+ Tuesday and Thuisday 4 P M to 10 P M and every 

* #e< Satuiday 8 30 A.M to b 30 P M 

* Please Call Mrs. Lear 
(31? ) 223- 8107 — ^ 

*. Family Counseling Clinic, Inc. 

* Grayslake. Illinois 



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PART-TIME 

THEATER 
MAHAGER 

WANTED 
Mature flexible 
person with super- 
visory experience. 
Concession exper- 
ience helpful 
but not necessary. 
Will train. 
Please Apply 
After 7 p.m. 
Any Night 
Antioch Theater 






ATTENTION SALESPEOPLE 



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|, Arc you selling insurance, outos, or real 
estate' If you don't foci you aro making an 
above avorago income and want to improve 
your lifestyle call us. Excellont carnings'dnd 
com p. benefits. Fret? (raining . 



CLERK/ TYPIST 

-take County Meollti 
Doparlrnenl is locking a 
hall liirif ond (ull time 
Cleik. Typist lor lit Com. 
munity' Day treatment Pro- 
gram in tibodyviilu Musi 
hovo a high school diploma 
Of GID and I year ot olltco 
c* put i«n< q ^Muil- bo—able- 
to typo 45 WPM. mainlom 
client and statistical 
records and work well with 
people. Conlacl: 

" Ptnwuml Department 
(312)699*939 

LAKE COUNTY 
HEALTH DEPT, 

3010 Grand Ave. 
Waukegan. IL 60085 

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' t«2 SAILBOAT, Capri.,14 
If, E-Z'looder irailor.'ox; 
cedent condition. $2000. 
Call Ron."' 

- (312)356-1546 
■ 9a.rti. * 5p.m.- ■• '-.-.-': 
(3 i 2) T740-0122 : 

Afler7:30p.m. — 

- — ^-73-25-97-——; 
. 16 FT. LAKE and Sea boat. 
*60h.p. Scott. 16 It; trailer, 
ail accessories', :bosl offer 
over $750. 

._-! .:(312};43cM823 i ■'■ 
After 6 p.m. 

SW1TZER CRAFT GL, 21 ft. 

Mercury 2.4 liter 225 h.p,. 
E-Z loader trailer, mooring 
' Caver,' loaded, mint,'.. 75 
MPH plus. $9.500. " 

(312)4596566 • 
After 5 p.m. •. 

■—~ — 73-24.95 ' 

15 FT. WOOD Milocratl 

fiberglass' over plywood, 

BO h.p. .Johnson with 

trailer , S950, " ,^ ' .- : "•■'• 

(312) 587- 1695 

'After 6 p.m. 

- --73-24-100- 

IfVi FT SSA RAT 900 
fiberglass boot, 150 h.p. 
Mcrcruiscr. Mo[eclovv 
trailer, tandem * ' with' 
'brakes and 'sparc^LokC- 

-Michigan equipped. 

$4,000. call for in- 
formation. 

(312)356-5095 
^— — — 73-24-81— * 

johnson mj 4 '7 h;p; 

outboard motors, one howr 
running lime, excellent 
condition. $700- Serious 
callers, please. 

(312)356-2872 

^—^73-24-89 

MUST, SELL boat, motor, 
trailer .and accessories. 
1983 Galaxy 16'. open bow 
ski boot. Mercury electric 
siart. Coulkins trailer. Low 
hours. $4200. 

(312)9497739 ' 
After 5 p.m. . . 

^73-247 

15 FOOT TRI Hull. 70 
horsepower Johnson, 3 
.cylinder, low hours, cover, 
$1900.. 

(312)587-8318 

73-24-12 ■■. 

1973 11 FT. BOSTON 
Wholct type S -i HP. John- . 
son, 1985 trailer vety 
stable and sale. $995. 
(312)587-4399 
Evenings 

_..-- v-73-24-121-^ ' 

19M CENTURY' Coranado 
with roll bock hardtop. All 
original very . good cart- 
dirion. $7500 or best of for. 
(312) 587-4399 

- r - Evenings -- 

=_t7324-122 

ItM OWENS 30 ft. Cru iser 
Mahogany double plank . 
Twin 283 V-8./ Excellent 
condition $12,500. Con- 
sider trailer boot as part 
ttado, ' _ 

(312)587-4399 '~ 
Evenings 
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'1*11 /^M'^vCQACHMAN ItM;. CHI VT- CUSTOM 

Ford,' $13,500, completely Von. loocled*" A reol 
se1f> contained. New.tlre'j. -' beawy, atill oft warranty. 
, new owning, Tdo0btegtiS; t $i5 i 000 
tank; uses regular gat. Ei«- ; ; (312)945-4044 Eves 

cellentwr^llon^ ' : " - -' •'^• . '.^ afe W . """- :- 
(312 336-1192 j m , .. .■ ■ fs 

■:-';; T : (3t2)336:53i4" ;' I^^ ; '>tte^^w^g 

A LAKILAND fiews-: r. l«ai HONDA Possport. 
paper's Classified od r eon ' $500.?' ; V?U - 
help you turn unwonted ' .'■;;' (312) 546-1252 
Items into cosh. "'--r ' "' fc 76-24-B5^— i~ 




VERJ0 PAPERS* 



_50CIAL5ERVICE. 



Call between 12 Noon and 5 p.m.. 
Mr. Scott (3 1 2) 546^7778 




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SECRETARY 

Full Time Position 



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■ ... I •■ yo'ii'rj.'i l-yM vbittnaHy hr-ii.*!,'- 

For- Interview Call: 

■ " rv ~ Ken 



-.*— Between 9 o.m- and 1 1 a.m.- - 
Monday through Friday 

(312) 223-9600 ^ / 



EXECUTIVE DIREaOR 

Organization dealing 
wjthjservices for setfuol 
assault surveyors 
heeds manager to lead ■ 
agency & support 
volunteer efforts. 
Qualifications desired:' 
Bachelors degree, 3 
years administative ex- 
perience;- demon5toted 
ability lo work; with 
volunteers and develop 
resources bolh finan- 
cial & voluntary. Salary 
to $20,000. ' 
Send resume by June H to: 

P.0,Box51 
Wflukeoon, IL 60079 



-piSCQUNfr^ 
PROPS 

Kirk's Marine 

To Order Call 
(815) 385-4729 



Saturday and. Sunday 
9 aum. to 2 p .m. — - 



RscreatJonalVeWcles 



1973 APACHE camper. 
pop-up. sleeps ' 8.- goad 
Condition. $1450, . 
(312)223-5041 nights 
(3 12) 249-2330 days ' 
. ^^^74-24-11 --■-• 




COLEMAN pop up 
camper, like .now,-. 



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1980 

tent 
$1,895, 

(312)367-72(5 
—_ 74.25-49—:— 

TRAVEL TRAILER, 'stove; 

rolrjgeralor^sjn),. .parta- 
. potty, built-in bunks, new 

tires. - 
t~£ (312)395-2993-11^ 
.^- J ^ J ^ J .74.24>102— ■ : 



classified every day. Drop 
in and brd\ivse a bit in 
Glassif ied— just for fun. 




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»» • ilOMDi ^4* lit^e • W« HONDA 750K. Ek, 1?" ^ A " AH 1*- U! 65 P 
1,8 ^?50^mi!os -cduh, collom so^difion. ".electric .Maxim, block wilh block 
2ln"«K ; '«l<>ri1ow mileage. SI600 helmet, .^wellenl corr : 
df !r««W5 . orbestoMer. ■• dition, only 6.700 miles,, 

iQ "%S)!B7^94 (3.2,395.8082 ; g»&&|igg 

* 7 I<ii«___ . -AlterSp.m, - — 76-24-106 — r . 

.- -7*:24S _?,. _^^76..24.88~ — - 1976 HONDA 750, 

1912 HONDA : Odyssey\ 4; • -, . U nv \°^oma\\c transmission, 

wheeler, rolM bdr ; j ex-. .19M ' KAWASAKI .^ K P?^.- J custom exhaust;.new-ba"tr 
cellerir condition; '. S9?5-or - Jraihblke. lExeellent-con- ", ery ( ' f ow aau | t driven 
-b^f7olTlrSb*#S^ '^"' on, * 5 A9-..": :££; •* miles, excellent condition. 



Hartnfell 



•(312)587-8027 
__1_^76.24-91~ 



(312)356-8971 
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1910 YAMAHA7 850 1912 YAMAHA 550, 3.000 
Soeciol :;aood- condition, , miles, 1 year old. .excellent 
sholt drive. $1000 .condition. SI ,200. 



(312)395.^205 
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;^_^— 76-24-86— r 1 — 



l972..SPOOTSTfR" Harley 1M0 YAMAHA XS1 10 with 
Davidson, stock,, lots < of j \ Q [ T \ n q, AM/FM edssette; 
chrome. $2000. •_.,. . radar dotectof. Samsonile 

•_j_J3J2) [336- 2359 _ 
Anytime. 



miles, excellent condition, 

$800 or best offer. 
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l«r HONDA CB9O0, ex- 
cellent condition* _. ac- 
cessories, S1B95. - 
.. (312)223-9447 .-. • 
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1911 YAMAHA. 1100 cc. 
Midnight Special. $2000. 
- (312)336-2311 
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1974 HONDA 360. engine 
needs rebuilding, best of- 

"(312)546^8737 days. 
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bags, trailer and hitch. Un- 
der £171500: "miles. Cost: 
S2 000. '"'"' 
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Including' helmet. 
SBOO/offer. ' . 

(312)295-5554 
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MARSHFIUD MOBILE 

home,' 12x60, 2 bedroom, 
excellent shape, needs lot, 
very reasonable, ' 
;'- (414) 878-3692 
—79-24-66 , 



Our Proud Heritage Sole 

We're Kenosha County's oldest automobile dealer, selling 
Chevrplet's in Salem for 66 years and we're proud of it. 
To show iust how proud, this weekend we're marking, every 
vehicle on our lot down -to the unthinkable. New. used, even 
the back row beaters will be specially marked. *, 




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197t EXCELLENT condition 
30 ft. ■ . Fleeiwlng, . fifth 
wheel. $6,900 firm. 
" (312)623-0374 

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19MEOIHVP.ICK.UP 

equipped -wllh custom tool 
boxes and pipe or ladder 
rocks, California truck, no 

rust. $700. 
-.- * (312)432-5229 
— — _ 77 ^i.9=^^r — r 



1972 CHRYSLER" 

Yorker for parts. 

; (312)395-5320 
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81-24-92 



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1985 Brand New Camaro . . ; . , .-. .-'. . *... ■ *10,50U 

■Air' cowl, dui'otnatii liansmiswan roily wheels V6 rear delogger 

1985 CIO Pickup . • ■': • • 7 ■ : * * 9700 

full Sfie aoiomatui.a.is.n.s^o.. 2-lone. stereo rally wheel* duel lanks _ 



All Full Size Trucki Available At 8.8% 
6 Month Financing 



1983 Olds Cutlass Cierra • • • • * 3UW 

_i Door V 6 slereoan tondihoned 

1978 Camaro Rally Sport ... * • * *4200 

' Automatic iiqnsmjssjon a ' r conditioned * B 



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The Village ol Fox Lake Sheet Oept is accepting 
bids for a 24 yard. capacity "-Rubber-tired" loader. 
Specifications' will -be available at the Village. Halk 
301 S. Route 59. Fox Lake. III. 60020. r 

Bid opening will be on Tuesday. June Z5lh--at 3:00. 
P.M. at the Village Hall • maA bids "Street Dept. 
Loader"; - 



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Village Clerk 



1983 Mustang Con- 
vertible, mint, all op- 
tions, 'low- mileage. 
Rusty Jones.jed body & 
white interior. 
$9,999 

;-i PleafeCall 
(312> 587 t 2500 



thfs'fru/y a special sale, we've arranged lor special 
a far any used car at J 1.9% APR. fTax and license 



Just to make 
| -bank financing 

So^'^Uw keep, u, clased , f n Sunday buy you're 
welcome to browse the lot at your leliure. 




Hurry Thoygh. The Sale Ends Monday at 9 P.M. 

Ul V J open Weekdays 8:30-9, Sal. 94 

(414)843:2361- 

"Your Country Dealer Since Igjfe 



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Rujlproaflng, Exterior Gloss, 
3M Scotchgard, Trimline 
Pinstriping ($736 Value) 

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1976 GftAMD MARQUIS StDAH 

FuO power, bother Interior, 440V-S,TH,s 

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1979 yW RABBIT CPE. 

4 speed, olr cond;rAM/FMr 



1978 WRD MUSI AM6 CPE. 




1981 CITATION HB SEDAN 

V-idufbmatic, power steering ond 
brakes, olr cond.; tilt, auise.' : 



Sportvoupv» m,-, 



1982 SUBARU HATCHBACK 

\ Coupe, ermine white, with gold tone 
Wcenfs ' 




BUIOt RIVIERA 

SPORT CPE^r 

f^l pow^ pipped plutmooo roof 



W79 CUTLASS SUPREME 

Power sun roof.. Superbly maintained 



$2980 



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1982 HONDA ACCORD 

EKcellent condition 



$6390 



1982 VW RABBIT IS 4 DR. 

4ip^^cor^.^te* radio jAe: 



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dewlk)cta; See this one. 





1982 MERCURY COUGAR XR7 * mm a% 

CoupoJull power todwding windows ond *T M J% 
seats, dir, iuxwy veloui' Intfftef. : iiM;':- -' 



1979 CAPRICE CLASSIC SEDAN 

Ermine white w/red velour interior, full 
power & air. ' 





1983 HONDA CIVIC Fi 

Hatchback. ;* , 



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\m% PORSCHE 924. . Air 
■ conditioned,*' BlouPunkt 
. stereo. $6,500. 

(312)360:0139 ., 
,_.; • 83.24-70-r— 

X-^IWJ BUICK 4 door Con- 



1W* PLYMOUTH Duster. 

some rust, must sell. $500 

or best. Ask for Jennifor:' 

(312) 223-6335 

After 4:30- 

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luriart. 455_.engme.^; alf££ ..lf». VW RAWUT 2 door 



automatic, power steering 
and brakes.- $600 or best 
olfer. . 

(312)546-6929 
• ".:., boys 
(312)740-0156 ,.. 
After 4:30 p.m. 

—83-24-71^ - 

We BUICK Electro. 
Limited, in great condition, 
$1 100 or best offer.. 
v : (312)395-8809 
. After 4 p.m. 
Ask for Mel 

_jl_83.24-79— - 

197* CORDOBA, tilt 
wheel, air'conditioning, oil 
gouge instrument panel, 
AM FM-slcreb. new bat- 
tery, runs good, $550. 
(312)587-4545 

_.___83-24-8Q 

1970 CONVfRTIBLE Fial 
Spyder, excellent con- 
dition, ^engine iij.lop iun- 
ning condition with new 
exhaust. AM FM tape, 
46.000 .miics: SI 995 or 
trade For boat. 

(312)587-1289 
Alter 5:30 p.m. 

83-24 84- 

1912 ESCORT, air. 
automatic, cruise. AM FM. 
low miles, excellent con- 
dition. $4,500. 

(312)587-0015 

83-24-98- 

1976 BUICK Speed good 
condition, 5800 or best oi- 
ler. 

(312)244 5193 

(312)244-5743 

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ith sun roof. Rusty Jones, ' 
AM/FM cassette.' Asking 
$3995. Karen; - 

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days 
. (312)526-9098 ■ 
. evenings 
, — B3-24-68 - 

1974 PLYMOUTH, good 
running: condition, $300.. 
1974 Maverick.. good run- 
ning condition, $300.' 
Aquamarine ring in leaf 
setting, yellow gold; sire' ■ 

6'/,, $100. — 

(312)740-0694 
_ , 03.25- 19 

1979 DOOGI Omni. Good 
condition, monual Irons- 
mission. $2,200 or best 
oiler. 

(312)526-2043 
83-24-29 — 

1912 CAM ABO 4 speed. 6 

cylinder, air conditioning. -' 
$5,700. 

(312)360-0139 

83:2474— — - 

1*81 CHEVY Citation. High 

miles, runs'good. $1995. 

" (815)455-6310 

Days 

(815)344-5656 

Evenings 

_, 83-2476 

1977 PLYMOUTH Volarc 
station wagon. six 
cylinger. four speed. 
AM FM radio, body in 
good condition, $600. 
(312)526-6697 . 
1 83-24 .87-—'.- 



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'rti^*A.iii(U !W 2 0OOB Blue Chevy T^ (312)336-2311 J Fuluro,;2,ton« .-tltor. rod 

U__S1m I96— 1 — Chovetfo. flood condition./ . -,\ ^rhewJ-^ 



Interior, -air; ^"pd'IkMtlng. itlf iJHOoolTovmCo,^ 

flood «„,«,: hew brakes, ^*^&£^%sj£ : . ^^^^S^M^yt^^\^l!^t^^ 



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012)587.2994 
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1977 PONTIAC Ventura, 2 offer. If Interested call J^"'?" 1 T?, lo< ** ..W- 

door .hatchbock, air con- Mary; ^-a ^^' (3121546-5962 

dition. power brakes/'. (312)497^405? . "ff j^t___ 

i-?* rin a «Si" l ' ,ml -■■""" weeSKT" ' «»• - : CHIVY Station ^ 

dttion. $1,800. ■ - w«*day. ^^ ^ \*™<*>^m ^*^ '.*£*''■ 

After 10a.m. $400. ,lrm -^.^^:^' , JzZPW&^Us' T 



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(312)223-8198 
Evonings and weekends . ■ ~"^>^ 

83-24-6ft=— — iji.: ;?Wi CHIVY Blcaor 4 X 4 



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NOTICE . 

1 he Village ot Fox Lake ts accepting bids on two 
Villa&eowned vehicles. 1 1576 Foid - lotmer 
Police Squad Car; 1 1979 Buiek former hie 
Chiefs cai Cars may be inspected at the Village 
Maintenance garage at 301 S Route 59. fox Lake. 
Ill 60020 

Bid opening will be Tuesday. June 25th at 3 30 
P M at the Village Hall mark bids "Village owned 
cars' 

Matt Tiprncy 
Village Clerk 



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4. CM Russian . 

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NMjhibelore 

PartolrJurch 

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Thermal unit 

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17. Obese 

19. Father 

20. Type measures 

21. A color 

22. Concealed 

23. Nip 

25. By 

26. Otters * 

27. Playing card 

28. Part ol mouth 

29. Large tub 

30. 0M pronoun 

31. Enclose 
33. Continent 

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37. Short sleep 

38. Harvest 



40. Shade tree 

41. Fool 

42. Chop 

43. Poem 
4*. Distant 
45. Enst 
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47. Not as bright 
50. Piece of jewelry 
52. Child's bed ., 

54. Impress greatfy 

55. Pat ol foot 
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2. Eggs (PI.) 

3. Takeout 

4. Sailors 

5. Snoop _ 

6. Uke 

7. Ascribe 

8. Bed 

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10. Swift 
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21. Snake 

22. Stnke 

23. Sea Wet 

24. Frozen water 
25 Metal fastener 
26. Proscribe 

28. Piece of tree 
trunk 

29. Contest 

31. Head covering 
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34. Liable 

35. At ite time 
37. Natural 
33. Scorch 

39. Send 

40. Proclamation 

41. Barrier 

43. Upon™. 

44. Smaties 

46. Mature . 

47. Excavate 
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dltt/fwsr drum broko.,19.4 gallon li»t lank and 
tolhorod top, ' AM/FM .loroo with lour ipookori, 
PI95TSRU IISW «twl-b«lr«d radial .. ply Urn. 
Mointononco Km baMory.''.: Interval wliid»hlrid 
wlpor*. ipwJ control, cotor-koyod Ktlt front (OKio 
with Integral air drum/now charcoal front and nor 
faKla.bumpor rutMtrlpvand body ikfe molding.. 
duel roctongulor haiootn hoodlamp*, ifrwd road 
whod., low-bod* rodlnlng buekortoot., cotor-koyod 
I IA-oi. cut-plte. corpotlng. eotor-koyod doth hoodlinor 
and vl«jr», powor doorloek.. Ml Irwlrumonlotton in- 
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dlrftot dock, powor tock. and window., XU trim, S™"^™^™-**]^™ 
3*oo7«WoTs-woy mirror. hoovy duty battery .port n*hool «»•«, protec- 
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. door trim with door pull .trap... auto parking ***£*£«»*• ^S^S^Z 

- mirror luxury lugaOB* comporlmont trim, wat bock map poekot.., •'•*J«*™< 

W3« -dLt»!^i>rtrar»? \ digital clock 3,«t V-6 •^"^'"t^yol 

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control, o-woy p< w drivo*"* Mat roar dofroiter. olr conditkming, .rWWjt- 

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